Observations of Galaxies

Observations of Galaxies listed by increasing right ascension.


Field L denotes the location. P: Pinnacles overlook,
B: Little Tycho Observatory, LBRP: Little Bennett Regional Park

Coordinates are J2000.

Object NameRADec mvSizeNGC commentsLocationTelescopeDateObservation
NGC 78140h 3m 18s16 9' 0"10.56.3cB, cL, E, vgbMLBRPC-112010/Oct/9 20:39:29Does not look edge on, quite faint. WikiSky: disk very faint, large nucleus.
NGC 78170h 4m 0s20 45' 0"123.7pF, cL, mE 45deg +/- , lbMLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 20:48:44A faint, edge on spiral.
NGC 10h 7m 18s27 43' 0"131.9F, S, R, bet *11 and *14LBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:49:35Very small, and faint. Almost invisible in the 30mm, much easier in the 12.5.
NGC 100h 8m 34.29s-33 51' 28"12.52.40x1.213.5Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:38:53A large, eef, nondescript blob. It almost vanishes in the 12.5mm.
NGC 140h 8m 48s15 49' 0"123.0vF, pS, R, glbMLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:43:4Extremely faint, small smudge, seen only when the telescope was moving in the 19mm. I could see no nucleus. The RNGC lists it a 12.5 mv.
NGC 160h 9m 6s27 44' 0"12.02.1pB, S, R, bMLBRPC-112012/Oct/12 21:38:50A hazy envelope surrounding a bright middle.
IC_15310h 9m 35.5s-32 16' 36"12.41.80x1.413.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:35:36A faint, stellar nucleus surrounded by an eef, amorphus blob.
NGC 230h 9m 54s25 55' 0"12.02.33 S st + nebLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:49:50Looks like a pair of hazy 13 - 14mv 20" apart stars. The DSS images shows the galaxy with a 14.5mv star at its edge.
NGC 240h 9m 56.1s-24 57' 52"11.65.80x1.313.7Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:38:22A large streak in the sky. There is a hint of a dust lane. Aladin, DSS: Dust lane not confirmed.
NGC 450h 14m 6s-23 11' 0"10.48.1eF, L, vgvlbM, *9 cont sFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 22:53:14A very large, very faint smudge, elongated 1:1.5. Burnham: Spiral, WikiSky, Barred Spiral, Looks to me like an Sd.
NGC 550h 14m 54s-39 11' 0"832.4vB, vL, vmE, triNPC-82006/Sep/17 21:00:00A large, uniformly bright streak. Impressive.
NGC 550h 14m 54s-39 11' 0"832.4vB, vL, vmE, triNPinnaclesC-82009/Dec/16 19:13:40A large, mottled streak in the sky.
NGC 590h 15m 25.3s-21 26' 41"12.42.60x1.313.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:42:44A faint, wide streak, NE-SW.
NGC 570h 15m 30.9s17 19' 45"11.62.20x1.913.1Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 5:28:43A faint, round smudge. Strange there are no companion galaxies, for an E1.
NGC 630h 17m 45.5s11 27' 0"11.71.70x1.212.3LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 21:42:54A faint, oblong blob, best in the 12.5mm, barely seen in the 41mm. Aladin, DSS: An Sa with large dust clouds in the disk.
IC_100h 20m 24s59 18' 0"10.35.1F* inv in eF, vL neb Little TychoC-82012/Nov/21 20:20:4
NGC 800h 21m 12s22 21' 0"12.12.5F, S, R, psbMLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 21:1:49A small, faint smudge. The 14.5mv stars nearby were barely glimpsed.
NGC 830h 21m 24s22 26' 0"12.61.6E, biN, 3 B st nrLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 21:4:17A very faint smudge, just off a triangle of 11.5mv stars.
NGC 1250h 28m 48s2 50' 0"12.32.0vF, S, bM, D* spLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:59:20A round, 3' patch 2' NE of a faint double.
NGC 1280h 29m 12s2 51' 0"11.63.4pB, pS, lE 2deg , bMLBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:53:44An elongated smudge, with the nucleus somewhat off center, perhaps by 20%.
NGC 1340h 30m 24s-33 15' 0"10.18.1vB, L, vmE 47deg , psbM, f of 2, *10 np 45"Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 21:15:54An almost edge on spiral, slightly mottled, with a faint nucleus. 1:5 elongation. Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 1470h 33m 12s48 30' 0"9.312.9vF, vL, iR, gsmbM *11LBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:59:41Large, and eef. Found only with the finder chart, a slight brightening of the night sky.
NGC 1510h 34m 2.8s-9 42' 18"11.63.80x1.613.4Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:41:52A small, faint streak.
NGC 1500h 34m 18s-27 48' 0"11.14.2pF, pS, RFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 21:46:49A marvelous galaxy, elliptical, elongated at about 4:1, mottled, with a tiny nucleus. Burnham: SB.
NGC 1480h 34m 18s-31 47' 0"12.12.4vB, S, lE 90deg , smbM *11Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 21:23:21A small, elongated (3:1) patch with a tiny, somewhat bright, nucleus. Burnham: E4/S0.
NGC 1570h 34m 48s-8 24' 0"10.44.3pB, L, E, bet 2 cB stLittle TychoC-82009/Dec/16 19:18:37A bright, compact, elliptical smudge. Very nice.
IC_15580h 35m 47.1s-25 22' 28"12.23.30x2.414.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:20:20A barely visible smudge. Only seen when slewing. Aladin, DSS: The galaxy is indeed faint, very low surface brightness. This sighting might well be characterized as averted imagination.
NGC 1710h 37m 21.5s-19 56' 4"12.22.10x1.913.5Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:46:44An oblong blob in the N-S direction. Without a pronounced nucleus.
NGC 1750h 37m 24s-19 56' 0"12.12.6pB, pL, E, gbM, RLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 19:25:58An very faint smudge, barely visible in the 19mm.
NGC 1910h 39m 0s-9 0' 0"121.5pB, pL, iE 0degLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 18:46:52The verriest smudge. Invisible in the 30mm, only glimpsed in the 12.5. The companion IC galaxy was invisible.
NGC 1850h 39m 0s48 20' 0"9.211.5pB, vL, iR, vgmbM, rPC-82008/Oct/30 22:30:00A faint dwarf elliptical in a rich area of the Milky Way. It appeared granulated, but this was probably due to foreground stars.
NGC 1940h 39m 18s3 2' 0"12.11.9pB, S, R, vgbMLBRPC-112012/Oct/12 21:53:7A very faint smudge.
NGC 1930h 39m 18s3 20' 0"12.31.7F, L, p of 2, *15 close spLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 20:12:41A faint sumdge, with a 13mv star just to the south.
NGC 2050h 40m 24s41 41' 0"8.017.4vB, vL, mE 165deg , vgvmbM; = M110BC-82007/Jan/08 19:00:00 A barely perceptible glow against the brightly glowing background of the light polluted sky. This was the third or forth time I had looked for M 110, and tonight it was finally seen. Swinging the telescope back and forth in RA made the faint glow a bit more apparent.
NGC 2050h 40m 24s41 41' 0"8.017.4vB, vL, mE 165deg , vgvmbM; = M110Little TychoC-82013/Sep/14 2:30:43A faint smudge, but plain in the 24mm, and still visible in the 12.5, taking up about half of a field in that eyepiece. It's a clear, but unsteady night.
NGC 2050h 40m 24s41 41' 0"8.017.4vB, vL, mE 165deg , vgvmbM; = M110Little TychoC-82015/Dec/4 20:44:53Barely visible in the 24mm, not in the 15 or less in these light poluted skies.
NGC 2100h 40m 36s-13 52' 0"10.95.4B, pS, R, psbM, r, *11 p 2'LBRPC-112011/Jan/4 18:53:24A faint, round smudge with a brighter middle. E0? WikiSky: A spiral, I only saw the nucleus. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 2140h 41m 30s25 30' 0"12.22.1pF, pS, gvlbM, rLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 20:19:20A small, faint glow. No pronounced nucleus. Best in the 19, washed out in the 12.5.
NGC 2140h 41m 30s25 30' 0"12.22.1pF, pS, gvlbM, rLittle TychoC-82013/Nov/28 19:4:50An very faint smudge, visible only with a detailed finder chart and telescope slewing.
NGC 2210h 42m 42s40 52' 0"8.27.6! vvB, L, R, psmbMN; = M32BC-82006/Sep/17 21:00:00AKA M32. A low contrast ellipse near M 31. M 110 was to faint to be seen.
NGC 2240h 42m 42s41 16' 0"3.5178!!! eeB, eL, vmE (Andromeda); = M31BC-82006/Sep/26 03:30:00 Only the nucleus of this huge spiral is visible, as a large, low contrast elliptical glow, brighter in the middle.
NGC 2240h 42m 42s41 16' 0"3.5178!!! eeB, eL, vmE (Andromeda); = M31BC-82007/Sep/13 00:15:00I managed to trace the boundaries of this galaxy to 4 degrees along its major axis. The dark lanes just west of the nucleus were glimpsed. The light of the galaxy is uniform, especially towards the center.
NGC 2470h 47m 6s-20 46' 0"8.920.0F, eL, vmE 172degPC-82007/Sep/17 21:00:00A faint oval, smaller than NGC 253.
NGC 2540h 47m 30s-31 25' 0"11.82.1vB, pS, lE, smbM, *8 nf 5'Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 21:35:18A tilted spiral? 3:1 elongation. Small, bright nucleus. Burnham: E4/S0.
NGC 2530h 47m 36s-25 17' 0"7.125.1!! vvB, vvL, vmE 54deg , gbMBC-82006/Dec/10 20:00:00A very faint smudge in the 36x eyepiece, drowned in the light pollution.
NGC 2530h 47m 36s-25 17' 0"7.125.1!! vvB, vvL, vmE 54deg , gbMPinnaclesC-82007/Oct/13 21:00:00A beautiful, bright oval in the sky, somewhat mottled.
NGC 2530h 47m 36s-25 17' 0"7.125.1!! vvB, vvL, vmE 54deg , gbMPinnaclesC-112009/Dec/16 19:16:44The HII regions of the galaxy looked like an embedded star cluster. Superb
NGC 2550h 47m 48s-11 28' 0"11.83.1F, pS, R, gbMLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 19:37:17A large, very faint smudge. Face on Sc? Sb: Burnham.
NGC 2660h 49m 47.8s32 16' 39"11.63.00x2.913.8LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 21:54:15A faint patch, brighter towards the middle. Visible in all three eyepieces, but best in the 12.5mm. The seeing is Pickering 4, and the transparancy is so so. Aladin, DSS: A face on SB galaxy.
NGC 2710h 50m 41.9s-1 54' 38"12.02.20x1.713.2LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 22:5:25An very faint patch, near a 9.0mv star. Aladin, DSS: Almost face on.
NGC 2730h 50m 48.39s-6 53' 8"12.92.10x0.613.2LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 22:21:14An very faint patch of the night sky. It's visibility is helped by a very close 14.6mv star. Seen in the 19mm. Aladin, DSS: An edge on S0. Dimensions ~= 60x15".
NGC 2740h 51m 1.8s-7 3' 24"11.81.40x1.212.4LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 22:13:58With NGC 275, a ghostly pair of whisps that barely rise above the glow of the night sky. Aladin, DSS: Interacting galaxies.
NGC 2750h 51m 4.5s-7 3' 55"12.51.50x1.213.0LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 22:14:56With NGC 274, a pair of smudges that are barely brighter than the sky glow. Aladin, DSS: Interacting galaxies.
NGC 2780h 52m 6s47 33' 0"10.92.2cB, pL, R, 2 st 10 nrLBRPC-112010/Oct/9 23:3:15A bright galaxy, for a face on Sc. Slightly elongated and mottled. Large, somewhat bright nucleus. Lovely.
NGC 2780h 52m 6s47 33' 0"10.92.2cB, pL, R, 2 st 10 nrLittle TychoC-82013/Sep/14 2:51:19A faint, but obvious, round patch in tonight's clear sky.
NGC 2890h 52m 42s-31 12' 0"123.7vB, L, pmE, gbM, *11 npFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 21:44:40A fairly bright, somewhat tilted Sb (?) spiral. A bit of mottling was glimpsed. Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 3000h 54m 54s-37 41' 0"920.0pB, vL, vmiE, vgpmbMLittle TychoC-82009/Dec/16 19:20:58A faint, large, mottled, smudge, emeshed in a parallogram of foreground stars.
NGC 3090h 56m 42s-9 55' 0"11.83.1pB, pL, *12-13 nLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 18:58:44A very faint galaxy, large (~3') and amorphus. Face on SBc? Burnham: Sc, but it looks like SBc to me on WikiSky.
NGC 3110h 57m 36s30 16' 0"14pF, vS, R, gbMLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 18:41:27A faint, slightly elongated smudge.
NGC 3130h 57m 48s30 21' 0"123.6vF, eS, 1' np 315LBRPC-112013/Nov/3 20:39:27The NGC sees two galaxies here, I see an elongated blob, perhaps peanut shaped. No sign of a peanut shape on the DSS. A trick of my averted vision, which apparentely blended NGC 313 with NGC 311.
NGC 3160h 57m 48s30 21' 0"123.6vF, eS, stellar, 1' f 315Shangra LaC-112014/Oct/12 22:7:45A fairly bright, round, brighter towards the middle galaxy.
NGC 3150h 57m 48s30 21' 0"133.2pB, pL, R, gbM, *9 nf 3'LBRPC-112013/Jan/4 18:37:39A bright, elongated nucleus, surrounded by a fainter, halo which extends a bit to the north. WikiSky: There are a pair of 15.5mv stars just NW of the galaxy. They are most likely the observed halo extension of this elliptical galaxy.
IC_16080h 59m 24.19s-34 19' 47"12.42.00x0.912.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:25:18A very faint, nondescript patch.
IC_16131h 4m 47.49s2 7' 7"9.216.60x14.915.0Little TychoC-82014/Nov/14 20:41:43Not visible in these light pollluted skies.
NGC 3801h 7m 18s32 29' 0"12.51.6pF, S, R, sbMLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 20:59:32With N 379, a pair of faint, featureless smudges.
NGC 3791h 7m 18s32 31' 0"12.61.8pF, S, R, bMLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 21:0:10With N 380, a pair of faint smudges.
NGC 3821h 7m 24s32 24' 0"140.4vF, S, R, sp of D nebLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 20:59:32With N 383, a pair of faint, featureless smudges.
NGC 3831h 7m 24s32 25' 0"11.92.3pF, pL, R, gbM, nf of D nebLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 21:1:59A double smudge, with NGC 382, 35" apart.
IC_16281h 8m 47.49s-28 34' 56"12.51.10x1.112.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:29:37A faint, round spot.
NGC 4041h 9m 24s35 43' 0"10.14.4pB, cL, R, gbM, beta And sfLittle TychoC-82010/Feb/14 20:19:42A faint, persistant smudge in tonight's clear, but snow lit sky. Need to revisit under darker skies.
NGC 4041h 9m 24s35 43' 0"10.14.4pB, cL, R, gbM, beta And sfLittle TychoC-82013/Jan/7 18:37:37A fairly bright, elongated, smudge, once found. Best in the 12.5mm
NGC 4041h 9m 24s35 43' 0"10.14.4pB, cL, R, gbM, beta And sfLittle TychoC-82013/Sep/1 4:40:3An very faint oval, in pa ~45d. Beta And acts like a street light in trying to see this galaxy.
NGC 4041h 9m 24s35 43' 0"10.14.4pB, cL, R, gbM, beta And sfLittle TychoC-82013/Nov/8 20:53:58A faint, round smudge, but obvious, once Mirach was out of the field.
NGC 4041h 9m 24s35 43' 0"10.14.4pB, cL, R, gbM, beta And sfLittle TychoC-82016/Dec/28 18:41:36A faint patch aganist the light polluted sky. Invisible in the 9mm, but best in the 15, with Beta And just out of the field.
NGC 4071h 10m 36s33 7' 0"142.0vF, vS, sp of 2LBRPC-112013/Jan/4 18:28:25A faint smudge. 14mv, and unexpected for LBRP. It usually isn't this dark. Not in Burnham: HNGC: 13.6mv, edge on S0.
NGC 4101h 11m 0s33 9' 0"132.6pB, pL, nf of 2LBRPC-112013/Jan/4 18:22:11A bright nucleus (for 13mv) surrounded by a faint halo. E3? Simbad: Classified as a giant elliptical, E D.
NGC 4141h 11m 18s33 6' 0"14vF, S, iR, mbM, 410 npLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 18:23:29A very faint smudge. HNGC, WikiSky: A double system.
NGC 4391h 13m 47.2s-31 44' 50"11.52.50x1.513.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 20:34:54With NGC 441, a pair of faint, round fuzzies.
NGC 4411h 13m 51.1s-31 47' 20"12.71.40x1.113.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 20:35:26With NGC 439, a pair of faint, round fuzzies.
IC_16571h 14m 6.8s-32 39' 2"12.42.40x0.612.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:32:1A faint, wide streak. No pronounced nucleus.
IC_16631h 14m 6.8s-32 39' 2"12.42.40x0.612.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:51:47A very faint N-S streak. No pronounced nucleus.
NGC 4501h 15m 30s-0 52' 0"12.13.2vF, LShangra LaC-112014/Oct/12 21:51:38An very faint patch, invisible in the 41, barely seen in the 19mm.
NGC 4671h 19m 12s3 18' 0"11.92.4pB, pL, R, gbMLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:3:20A 2x3' galaxy, elongated NW to SE. A spiral? Fairly bright, compared to the other galaxies seen tonight. MNRAS, 1991: Face on SO.
NGC 4671h 19m 12s3 18' 0"11.92.4pB, pL, R, gbMSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 19:52:57N 467 is small with a compact nucleus.
NGC 4701h 19m 42s3 25' 0"11.93.0pB, L, iRLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:4:45A pair of fuzzies, along with N 474. In the same field as N 467. A memorable field for a darker sky than this.
NGC 4701h 19m 42s3 25' 0"11.93.0pB, L, iRSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 19:52:57N 470 is large and diffuse.
NGC 4741h 20m 6s3 25' 0"11.17.9pB, S, smbM, f of 2Syria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 19:52:57N 474 is small with a compact, bright nucleus, N 470 is large and diffuse, Sc? N 467 is small with a compact nucleus
NGC 4911h 21m 20.2s-34 3' 49"12.51.40x1.012.8Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:55:32A NE-SW oblong near a 13.5mv star. The UCAC4 shows a pair of stars here, I suspect one is the galaxy. Aladin, DSS: This galaxy's bright nucleus could easily be mistaken for a star by the UCAC4 CCD analysis software.
NGC 4881h 21m 48s5 15' 0"10.35.2pB, L, R, svmbM, *8 f 10'Little TychoC-82009/Dec/16 19:27:0A uniform disc with a bright, Seyfert like nucleus. Lovely.
NGC 4891h 21m 48s9 12' 0"13pB, S, ELBRPC-112013/Jan/4 19:40:21Like a very faint, fuzzy star. Hard to find, it was invisible in the 41, and found in the 19 when the telescope was slewed. WikiSky: and edge on spiral.
NGC 4931h 22m 12s0 57' 0"12.53.8vF, L, mE 60deg , lbMLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 20:8:59Field found, galaxy not visible. DeepSkyPedia: A 22.5mv/sq arc second galaxy. Very low surface brightness.
NGC 4991h 23m 12s33 28' 0"12.02.0pB, pL, R, 3rd of 3; = IC 1686LBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:19:28The brightest member of a galaxy cluster, seen through the star fields of Andromeda. I could only see this giant E0, the other galaxies were much too difficult to tell from faint stars, which abound in this field. About 2', brighter towards the middle. Sources on the internet list this as an S0, which seem confirmed by the WikiSky image.
NGC 5071h 23m 42s33 15' 0"11.24.3vF, pL, R, bM, s of 2LBRPC-112012/Nov/9 22:13:28A small galaxy with a faint disk and a bright nucleus.
NGC 5081h 23m 42s33 17' 0"12.81.6vF, S, n of 2LBRPC-112012/Nov/9 22:15:13A barely visible companion to NGC 507.
NGC 5201h 24m 36s3 48' 0"11.24.8F, cL, E 137degLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 21:16:49A very elongated streak. I could see no pronounced nucleus. Edge on Sc? DSS image: A pair of interacting galaxies! Not obvious in an 11" telescope, though.
NGC 5241h 24m 48s9 32' 0"10.63.2vB, pL, mbM, 4 S st nrLittle TychoC-82010/Nov/13 2:39:53A barely visible ghost of a smudge, in these light polluted skies. Burnham: E1.
NGC 5331h 25m 31.4s1 45' 33"11.43.80x2.313.8LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 22:30:54The field was found, but the galaxy was not visible. Aladin, DSS: A low surface brightness E3.
NGC 5411h 25m 42s-1 23' 0"12.02.7F, S, R, bMLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 20:28:16A faint smudge.
NGC 5471h 26m 0s-1 21' 0"12.31.7stellar, f of DnebLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 20:37:49A small, faint glow. Round.
NGC 5601h 27m 24s-1 55' 0"12.92.3vF, vS, iE, p of 2LBRPC-112012/Dec/13 20:47:46An very faint smudge, smaller than NGC 564.
NGC 5641h 27m 48s-1 53' 0"12.51.8vF, vS, iF, f of 2LBRPC-112012/Dec/13 20:47:28An very faint smudge.
NGC 5611h 28m 12s34 19' 0"14eF, pL, RLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 20:57:3This, and 750, look like an elongated blob.
NGC 5781h 30m 30s-22 40' 0"10.94.8B, L, pmE, gpmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 21:49:24A large, quite faint, elliptical 1:1.5 smudge. Sb-Sc? There was perhaps a bit of mottling. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 5841h 31m 18s-6 52' 0"10.43.8vB, pL, R, mbM, p of 2; = IC 1712Little TychoC-82009/Dec/16 19:48:39This E4 looks like an unresolved globular cluster, which it is, of course, on a much larger scale.
IC_17121h 31m 20.5s-6 52' 2"10.54.10x2.012.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 20:40:8A bright, round galaxy with NGC 586 as a fainter companion.
NGC 5861h 31m 36.8s-6 53' 35"13.21.70x0.913.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 20:42:31The faint companion galaxy to NGC 584.
NGC 5961h 32m 54s-7 2' 0"10.93.5pB, R, bM, R, *6 f 12'LBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:27:21A round glow with a bright middle. Spiral? Sb?
NGC 5961h 32m 54s-7 2' 0"10.93.5pB, R, bM, R, *6 f 12'LBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:37:12A faint, uniform smudge. Burnham: E2.
NGC 6001h 33m 5.39s-7 18' 44"12.42.80x2.114.7Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 20:48:5A faint, elliptical, smudge with no pronounced nucleus.
NGC 5981h 33m 54s30 39' 0"5.762! eB, eL, R, vgbMN; = M33PC-82006/Oct/13 23:00:00A face on Sc. An obvious large smudge in triangulum. Glimpsed with averted vision, naked eye. 7 x 50 Fujinons
NGC 5981h 33m 54s30 39' 0"5.762! eB, eL, R, vgbMN; = M33PC-82008/Nov/28 21:00:00The spiral arms of this galaxy were glimpsed for the first time.
NGC 6121h 33m 57.7s-36 29' 35"12.91.50x0.913.1Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:7:22A barely discernable smudge.
NGC 6131h 34m 18s-29 25' 0"10.05.8vB, vL, vmE 118deg , sbM, *10 nfFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 21:54:20An elogated (1:5) edge on, with a bright nucleus and a uniformly bright halo. Burnham: SBc. WikiSky: A bright bar and faint arms give the edge on appearance.
NGC 6041h 34m 32.59s30 47' 4"12.0?x??LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 22:52:25A bright patch in M33. Aladin, DSS: Dimensions ~= 50x25".
NGC 6191h 34m 51.7s-36 29' 22"13.31.50x1.013.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:5:36An very faint smudge.
NGC 6251h 35m 4.4s-41 26' 15"11.25.80x1.913.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 21:57:28A faint, large elliptical smudge without a bright middle.
NGC 6151h 35m 6s-7 20' 0"11.54.0pB, pL, ilE, gbM, r, *8 np 10'LBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:36:44A bright galaxy, 1.5x3', elongated NW to SE. Bright nucleus. Confirmed, WikiSky. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 6231h 35m 6.49s-36 29' 24"12.52.00x1.513.5Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:5:16A very faint, round smudge.
NGC 6261h 35m 11.9s-39 8' 46"12.72.20x1.714.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 21:26:17Along with NGC 630, two faint smudges in the field of the 41mm.
NGC 6301h 35m 36.6s-39 21' 28"11.91.60x1.412.8Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 21:26:17Along with NGC 626, two faint smudges in the field of the 41mm.
NGC 6281h 36m 42s15 47' 0"9.210.2glob. cl. , F, vL, R, vg, psmbM, rr; = M74PC-82006/Oct/13 23:00:00 A face on Sc. Easily seen, as opposed to trying to located it in the glowing skies in my backyard.
NGC 6281h 36m 42s15 47' 0"9.210.2glob. cl. , F, vL, R, vg, psmbM, rr; = M74BackyardC-82006/Sep/20 03:30:00Found with a detailed finder chart. Only the nucleus was visible, the envelope was washed out by the bright sky.
NGC 6281h 36m 42s15 47' 0"9.210.2glob. cl. , F, vL, R, vg, psmbM, rr; = M74Little TychoC-82012/Sep/25 2:45:41Barely visible in the 24, invisible in the 12.5.
NGC 6361h 39m 6s-7 31' 0"11.32.3pB, vS, R, mbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:40:15A small, bright galaxy, gbm. E? Burnham: E1.
NGC 6421h 39m 6.19s-29 54' 55"12.32.00x1.113.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:13:11A small, very faint patch. No sign of the 14mv companion.
NGC 6601h 43m 0s13 38' 0"10.89.1pB, pL, E, bM, rLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:43:13A large (10') galaxy with very low surface brighness. No distinct nucleus. Sd? Internet: A "Polar ring" galaxy, the apparent merger of two galaxies. Sd is not far off the mark.
NGC 6701h 47m 24s27 53' 0"12.12.5F, S, lEShangra LaC-112014/Oct/12 22:12:52A rather small, vaguely elongated patch, best seen when the telescope was slewing.
NGC 6721h 47m 54s27 26' 0"10.86.6F, pL, mE 80degLittle TychoC-82013/Aug/16 5:17:2An very faint patch, seen with telescope movement. The other galaxies in the field were not visible.
NGC 6861h 48m 56s-23 47' 53"12.21.70x1.413.1Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:19:17A faint, round smudge.
NGC 6761h 49m 0s5 54' 0"114.3vF, E 161deg , sbM *9LBRPC-112013/Nov/3 21:21:42A faint glow around a 10mv star.
NGC 6811h 49m 12s-10 26' 0"11.82.8pF, cL, R, glbM, S* p 90"LBRPC-112013/Nov/3 21:26:2A faint patch beside 2 12mv stars.
NGC 6791h 49m 42s35 47' 0"12.42.3F, stellarLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 21:31:9Like a fuzzy 13mv star. RNGC: E0/S0.
NGC 6801h 49m 47.3s21 58' 16"11.91.80x1.613.1LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 22:57:5A faint, round patch, brightest in the middle.
NGC 6911h 50m 42s21 46' 0"123.5F, cL, vglbMLittle TychoC-82013/Dec/25 19:55:35A faint, but obvious smudge. The star just east of it is a double not in the WDS.
NGC 6951h 51m 14.2s22 34' 58"12.80.80x0.712.1LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 23:10:12An very faint patch near a 13-14mv pair. Very difficult to see, it was a patch that came and went as I looked at it with averted vision. Aladin, DSS: Dimensions ~= 15x20". The nucleus is more like 10x10".
NGC 6741h 51m 17.49s22 21' 27"12.04.00x1.313.9LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 23:4:53A faint streak in the sky. Best in the 19mm.
NGC 7201h 53m 0s-13 44' 0"10.24.4cB, pL, lE, psmbMLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:48:40A small, bright galaxy, somewhat elongted in NWN-SES direction, gbm. Burnham: E4, WikiSky, ~ 320d pa.
NGC 7181h 53m 12s4 12' 0"11.72.8pB, S, iR, psmbMLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:52:3A small, bright, round galaxy, gbm. E? Burnham: Sb. I only saw the bright, round nucleus.
NGC 7231h 53m 45.59s-23 45' 26"12.51.50x1.313.1Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:27:20A faint, round fuzzy.
NGC 7241h 53m 45.59s-23 45' 26"12.51.50x1.313.1Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:28:0See NGC 723.
NGC 7491h 55m 40.9s-29 55' 20"12.21.90x1.413.1Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:30:54A faint, NE-SW streak, brighter towards the SW.
IC_17511h 56m 20.9s5 37' 43"11.13.00x2.913.4LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 23:13:29Same as NGC 741. Seen.
NGC 7411h 56m 24s5 38' 0"11.33.2pF, S, R, p of 2, pos 102degLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 19:57:27A small, faint, round (?) galaxy, gbm, amorphus envelope. Burnham: E1.
NGC 7361h 56m 42s33 3' 0"12.22.0pB, R, bMLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 22:21:48This galaxy looks like a fuzzy 13mv star. E?
NGC 7361h 56m 42s33 3' 0"12.22.0pB, R, bMLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 22:32:3The brighter member of a pair of galaxies.
NGC 7361h 56m 42s33 3' 0"12.22.0pB, R, bMLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 21:2:17A faint smudge, brighter at the center.
NGC 7501h 57m 30s33 13' 0"12.21.6cB, pL, R, D with 751 at 25", pos 173degLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 20:57:3This, and 751, look like an elongated blob.
NGC 7531h 57m 42s35 55' 0"12.42.9pB, pL, R, gmbMLBRPC-112012/Oct/12 22:32:55A very faint, small smudge.
NGC 7721h 59m 18s19 1' 0"10.37.1B, cL, R, gbM, rLittle TychoC-82010/Nov/13 2:45:21A very faint smudge, hiding in the light pollution. Seen only with the finder chart and telescope motion. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 7791h 59m 42s-5 58' 0"11.04.1cB, L, mE 162deg , mbMLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 20:0:47A somewhat tilted (3x5') Sb or Sc? Elongated N-S. WikiSky: 340d pa. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 7772h 0m 12s31 26' 0"123.0pB, pL, R, glbMLBRPC-112012/Oct/12 22:28:14A very faint smudge.
NGC 7842h 1m 18s28 50' 0"11.86.2vF, L, E (double?)LBRPC-112013/Nov/3 21:41:4An very faint patch, if seen at all. There seems to be a 14mv star involved. A very low surface brightness edge on spiral. I'd guess an Sc or Sd.
NGC 8122h 6m 51.69s44 34' 21"11.32.20x0.811.8LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 23:30:47A faint amorphus blob, best in the 19 and 12.5mm. Aladin, DSS: Edge on; low surface brightness.
NGC 8212h 8m 24s11 0' 0"10.83.5pB, vS, vlE, svmbM, *10 np 1'LBRPC-112011/Jan/4 20:6:4A small galaxy very close to an 9mv star. Bright middle, amorphus envleope. Sa? Burnham: E2.
IC_17832h 10m 6s-32 56' 23"12.52.00x0.812.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:34:56A faint, oblong N-S blob.
NGC 8622h 13m 2.8s-42 2' 1"11.80.80x0.812.4Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 21:38:6A very faint spot in the sky. Almost invisible, perhaps due to clouds.
NGC 8642h 15m 30s6 0' 0"11.04.6eF, cL, R, gbM, *12 sf attSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 20:34:42A glow with a 10mv star in front of it.
IC_17882h 15m 50.19s-31 12' 4"11.62.60x1.113.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 22:2:27A faint, large smudge. Very low surface brightness.
NGC 8972h 21m 6.39s-33 43' 15"11.82.10x1.312.8Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 22:6:30A small, but obvious spot in the sky, just west of an 11mv star.
NGC 8902h 22m 0s33 16' 0"122.9B, S, R, bM, 3 F st spLBRPC-112012/Feb/17 19:58:7A faint smudge, almost comet like.
NGC 8912h 22m 36s42 21' 0"10.013.5! B, vL, vmE 22deg PC-82008/Nov/28 21:00:00The dust lane was just seen with averted vision.
NGC 8912h 22m 36s42 21' 0"10.013.5! B, vL, vmE 22deg Syria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 20:45:17A faint, large streak in the sky. The center dust lane was barely glimpsed with averted vision.
NGC 8912h 22m 36s42 21' 0"10.013.5! B, vL, vmE 22deg Little TychoC-82013/Sep/14 3:39:0The nucleus only was glimpsed!
NGC 8912h 22m 36s42 21' 0"10.013.5! B, vL, vmE 22deg Little TychoC-82014/Jan/18 19:44:40No sign of the galaxy, even thought I could see a 12.8mv star right next to it. An interesting commentary on urban skies.
IC_17962h 22m 47.29s-41 22' 15"12.01.10x0.911.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 22:11:9A small, faint spot in the sky, gradually brighter towards the middle. Between two 10mv stars.
NGC 9082h 23m 6s-21 14' 0"10.25.5cB, vL, EFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 22:57:52A large, elongated 1:5, smudge. Slightly mottled, nucleus off center towards the west. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 9222h 25m 3.5s-24 47' 21"12.12.00x1.613.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:37:50A faint nucleus surrounded by a fainter, amorphous envelop.
NGC 9252h 27m 18s33 35' 0"10.09.8cF, cL, E, vgbM, 2 st 13 npLittle TychoC-82010/Oct/16 4:37:31A very faint patch, found only in tonight's dark skies and with the finder chart.
NGC 9362h 27m 36s-1 9' 0"10.15.2vB, vL, R, mbMN, p of 2Little TychoC-82010/Nov/13 3:0:9This one was bright enough to see without telescope movement. Still, a faint smudge aganist the bright, streetlit sky. Would be nice to revist in the C-11 under darks skies. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 9472h 28m 30s-19 4' 0"122.6pB, E, gbMLBRPC-112012/Dec/13 21:32:4An very faint galaxy. Invisible in the 41, barely visible in the 12.5. HNGC: 12.9mv, 2x1'.
NGC 9552h 30m 36s-1 7' 0"12.03.0pB, S, E, psbMLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 20:10:40Small, round, no pronounced nucleus. E or face on Sb? Burnham: E7 or edge on S0. I saw only the nucleus.
NGC 9492h 30m 48s37 8' 0"11.92.8cB, L, E, vgbMBC-82007/Sep/18 03:00:00A very low contrast glow. No detail seen.
NGC 9642h 31m 5.69s-36 2' 5"12.42.10x0.512.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:46:52A faint streak in the NW-SE direction.
NGC 9672h 32m 12.8s-17 12' 59"12.51.60x1.012.8Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:55:20A faint, round spot, gradually brighter towards the middle.
NGC 9862h 33m 34.09s-39 2' 45"10.94.00x3.213.4Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 22:16:0A bright nucleus surrounded by a large, faint halo.
NGC 9722h 34m 12s29 19' 0"11.33.6pB, cL, lE, gmbM, 3 st sLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 19:7:6A faint streak, just NE of a pair or stars. Burnham: Sc/pec
NGC 9882h 35m 27.29s-9 21' 18"11.04.10x1.613.5Little TychoC-82015/Jan/16 19:1:35Not visible in these light polluted skies.
IC 2392h 36m 30s38 58' 0"11.24.6vF spiral, F stellar NSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 20:41:21A faint smudge with a barely discernable nucleus. In a brilliant star field. WikiSky: A barred spiral. RNGC: 12.8mv.
IC 2392h 36m 30s38 58' 0"11.24.6vF spiral, F stellar NLittle TychoC-82016/Jan/1 21:24:16Not visible in these urban skies.
NGC 10222h 38m 30s-6 40' 0"11.42.5cB, pL, R, mbM, *11 nf 2'Syria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 20:50:26A fairly large, but faint elliptical smudge. Gradually brighter towards the middle. Sc? Burnham: Sb, Revised Shapley-Ames, Barred Spiral.
NGC 10242h 39m 12s10 51' 0"144.7pF, S, lE, bM, *11 nf 1'BC-82006/Nov/25 19:30:00 A 10.5 Mv galaxy 4' x 1', invisible in these light polluted skies. Addendum: It's actually 14mv.
NGC 10122h 39m 14.7s30 9' 5"122.50x1.112.9Little TychoC-82016/Dec/29 20:27:52An very faint smudge, visible only in the 9mm, and then only when slewing the telesope. Round, about 1' in size. Aladin/DSS: I only saw the bright nucleus, which is around 10" in size. Averted vision has its limits!
NGC 10032h 39m 18s40 52' 0"11.55.4pF, L, E 90deg +/- , mbM, rSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 21:29:43A faint pear shaped blob with a 12mv star in front of it. WikiSky give the star's magnitude at 9.8. The German Wikipedia classifies the galaxy as an Sc.
NGC 10322h 39m 23.6s1 5' 38"11.63.40x1.112.9LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 23:46:43A small, very faint blob, only visible in the 12.5mm. Aladin, DSS: An edge on S0.
NGC 10422h 40m 23.89s-8 26' 3"11.04.30x3.614.0Hotchkiss CoC-112015/Aug/13 6:32:6A very bright galaxy. Small. Initially mistaked for NGC 1052, which is bright, but it's companion, NGC 1042 was also glimpsed as a faint, large blob.
NGC 10232h 40m 24s39 4' 0"9.58.7vB, vL, vmE, vvmbMLittle TychoC-82009/Dec/23 21:16:32A bright galaxy, with a bright compact nuclueus. Seen despite a quarter moon and light pollution. A face on Sa?
NGC 10232h 40m 24s39 4' 0"9.58.7vB, vL, vmE, vvmbMLittle TychoC-82014/Jan/18 19:25:20This is a bright galaxy. It's a 2' disk with a hint of a bright center. DSS photo: Only the nucleus was seen. The disk was too faint in my urban skies.
NGC 10232h 40m 24s39 4' 0"9.58.7vB, vL, vmE, vvmbMLittle TychoC-82014/Dec/17 21:36:53A lovely, bright galaxy. Round.
NGC 10232h 40m 24s39 4' 0"9.58.7vB, vL, vmE, vvmbMLittle TychoC-82016/Jan/1 21:12:18An obvious bright galaxy with a bright nucleus.
NGC 10522h 41m 6s-8 15' 0"10.62.9B, pL, R, mbM *12Little TychoC-82010/Nov/13 2:55:33Extremly faint in tonight's urban skies. Seen when the telescope was moving. B:E3.
NGC 10552h 41m 48s0 26' 0"10.67.6pF, cL, iE 80deg , bM, *11 n 1'Little TychoC-82012/Oct/20 2:10:17The nucleus only was seen and that was eef. A very difficult object.
NGC 10682h 42m 42s-0 1' 0"8.86.9vB, pL, iR, sbMrrN; = M77BC-82006/Nov/25 19:30:00 Only the center of the galaxy was seen. It looked like a fuzzy star.
NGC 10682h 42m 42s-0 1' 0"8.86.9vB, pL, iR, sbMrrN; = M77BC-82006/Sep/20 03:30:00 Looks like a fuzzy star. Much easier than M 74, but the outer envelope was quite invisible. The LPR filter was of no help.
NGC 10682h 42m 42s-0 1' 0"8.86.9vB, pL, iR, sbMrrN; = M77Little TychoC-82012/Oct/21 4:45:17A bright (8mv) nebulous star, best in the 9mm. No detail seen in the nebulosity.
NGC 10682h 42m 42s-0 1' 0"8.86.9vB, pL, iR, sbMrrN; = M77Little TychoC-82014/Nov/10 21:29:3A wonderful galaxy, with a very bright nucleus and comet like halo, even in tonight's moonlit skies.
NGC 10602h 43m 15s32 25' 29"11.82.30x1.713.2LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 23:59:40A faint smudge, best in the 12.5mm. Aladin, DSS: Looks more like a face on S0
NGC 10582h 43m 30s37 21' 0"11.53.0pF, cL, R, glbMSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 21:34:27A faint blob, with no discernable detail. Found with the finder chart. Burnham: Sc, 12.5mv.
NGC 10732h 43m 42s1 23' 0"11.04.9vF, L, lbM, erSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 21:25:14A slight brightening of the night sky, seen only when slewing the telescope. 11.0mv seems too bright. Burnham: SBc, 12.0mv. I suspect my corrector plate had iced up making the galaxy appear fainter than it is.
NGC 10792h 43m 42s-29 0' 0"11.43.1B, pL, pmE, sbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:25:42As per Dyer's description. Burnham: Sa.
NGC 10842h 46m 0s-7 35' 0"10.62.9vB, pL, E, gpmbMLBRPC-112011/Jan/4 20:14:0A large, elliptical blob. A tilted Sb? NE-SW. No pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 10972h 46m 18s-30 17' 0"9.39.3vB, L, vmE 151deg , vbMNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:4:8A bright nucleus, elongated 1:1.5 surrounded by a faint halo, elongated 1:6. An edge on spiral? Wikisky: A barred spiral, with a bright bar and faint arms. B:SBb.
NGC 10872h 46m 24s-0 30' 0"11.03.5pB, cL, lE, mbMLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 19:16:7A large, faint, smudge. I did not see a nucleus. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 11142h 49m 7s-16 59' 38"12.51.80x0.812.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 21:59:27A NW-SE oblong blob. No pronounced nucleus.
NGC 11252h 51m 40.29s-16 39' 3"12.61.80x0.913.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 22:2:4An E-W oblong blob. No bright nucleus.
IC_18642h 53m 39.4s-34 11' 53"11.61.20x0.712.4Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 22:25:4A small, faint galaxy, initially mistaken for a star.
NGC 11402h 54m 36s-10 2' 0"12.51.4pB, S, R, stellarLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 22:43:32A faint, small smudge. I saw it as slightly elongated.
NGC 11562h 59m 42s25 14' 0"11.73.1pB, cL, pmE 0deg , bet 2 stLBRPC-112012/Feb/17 20:7:22A large, faint smudge, with a 12mv field star embedded in it's outer envelope.
NGC 11603h 1m 13.19s44 57' 20"12.81.50x0.713.3Little TychoC-82014/Dec/17 20:37:6A barely discernable whisp of light, best seen when the telescope moved, and only found with the finder chart.
NGC 11613h 1m 14.1s44 53' 51"11.02.80x2.012.7Little TychoC-82014/Dec/17 20:36:17A faint, but obvious smudge in tonight's clear but Pickering 3 skies.
NGC 11993h 3m 36s-15 37' 0"11.52.2cB, pS, iR, smbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/17 20:14:47A fairly faint smudge. The companion galaxies were unseen.
NGC 12013h 4m 6s-26 4' 0"10.64.4cB, pS, vlE, r, S* nrFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:13:26Very small, but bright. Like a fuzzy star. E0? Burnham: S0 WikiSky: Round nucleus, surrounded by a faint elliptical (2:1) halo.
NGC 12093h 6m 0s-15 37' 0"11.42.6B, S, cE, psbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/17 20:20:43Fairly diffuse for an 11.4mv galaxy. A barely visible gossamer smudge in tonight's somewhat hazy sky, and fairly near the horizon.
NGC 12113h 6m 54s-0 47' 0"13pB, vS, R, mbMN = *9-10LBRPC-112013/Jan/4 20:17:58A small, dim, round patch. Like a faint, fuzzy, star.
NGC 12323h 9m 48s-20 35' 0"9.97.8pB, cL, R, gbM, rPC-82007/Jan/17 22:00:00Looked like a spiral. It was mottled, with a faint nucleus. Burnham lists it as an Sc.
NGC 12913h 17m 18s-41 8' 0"8.510.5glob. cl. , vB, pL, R, mbM, erFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:28:52A bright E0, looking much like a globular cluster. B, and WikiSky: An SB!
NGC 12973h 19m 12s-19 6' 0"132.3F, pSFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:6:51Faint, small, round. Near a star of similar (13mv) brightness. Burnham: E2.
NGC 13003h 19m 42s-19 25' 0"10.46.5cB, vL, vmE, psvmbMPC-82007/Jan/17 22:00:00The nucleus was very elongated, and surrounded by a faint envelope. I could not make out the spiral arms.
NGC 12753h 19m 48s41 31' 0"11.62.6F, SPC-82008/Nov/28 21:00:00A faint, hazy star in a rich field. The spectacular active galaxy this is was not apparent with a state-of-the-art early 19th century telescope.
NGC 13023h 19m 54s-26 4' 0"114.4S, R, psvmbM, *9 np 1'Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:32:10A small galaxy with a bright nucleus, surrounded by a faint halo. Elliptical? Burnham: SBa.
NGC 12783h 19m 54s41 33' 0"12.61.7pB, pS, R, bMLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 19:58:29A bright member of a large galaxy cluster. The whole region is aglow with faint patches of light that come and go. Very nice. This is the famous Perseus galaxy cluster.
NGC 13093h 22m 6s-15 24' 0"11.62.3cB, cL, iR, gbM, *8 sp 4'LBRPC-112013/Jan/4 20:10:29A faint, round patch.
NGC 13163h 22m 42s-37 12' 0"8.97.1vB, cL, vlE, vsvmbMNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:36:40A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo Sa or Sb? A pair with 1317. Nice. Wikipedia: Elliptical, AKA Fornax A, active nucleus.
NGC 13173h 22m 48s-37 6' 0"11.03.2pB, pS, psbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:36:40Smaller and fainter than 1316, and just North of it. Burnham: SB.
NGC 13153h 23m 6s-21 23' 0"131.8pB, S, R, gbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:53:471325, 1319, and 1315 are three very faint patches, without any decernable detail. 1325 is the brightest. 1315 is an S0 of 14.0 magnitude (blue), Wikipedia.
NGC 13193h 23m 54s-21 32' 0"141.3F, S, R, bM, p of 2Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:53:471325, 1319, and 1315 are three very faint patches, without any decernable detail. 1325 is the brightest. A lenticulear (S0). Dutch Wikipedia.
NGC 13263h 23m 54s-36 28' 0"10.54.0PN ? pS, vsvmbMNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:40:17A bright, starlike nucleus surrounded by a faint, uniform halo. Seyfert? Looks like a PN. SEDS.org: SB0. No reports of an active nucleus.
NGC 13253h 24m 24s-21 33' 0"11.64.6F, mE 239deg , com, *9.5 attFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:53:471325, 1319, and 1315 are three very faint patches, without any decernable detail. 1325 is the brightest. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 13323h 26m 18s-21 20' 0"10.34.6vB, S, E 114deg , smbMNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:49:45An edge on spiral with a bright nucleus. 1331 is just east of it and quite a bit fainter. Burnham: E7/S0
NGC 13313h 26m 30s-21 21' 0"141.1vF, vS; = IC 324Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:49:45A smudge, gbm. 1332 is just west of it and a 2 magnitudes brighter. E2, Dutch Wikipedia.
NGC 13413h 28m 0s-37 9' 0"131.6F, S, mE 140deg , *12 sfFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:44:6A rather faint, face on spiral? Burnham: SBa.
NGC 13443h 28m 18s-31 4' 0"10.33.9cB, pL, iR, vgbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 23:58:59Bright nucleus, elliptical (2:1) halo. Nice galaxy. Burnham: E5.
NGC 13503h 31m 6s-33 38' 0"10.54.3B, L, mE, vmbMRNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/7 0:1:52A bright nucleus surrounded by an elliptical halo, 1:3. Like M 31, only the nucleus is quite bright. Seyfert? Not a Seyfert: Wikipedia.
NGC 13653h 33m 36s-36 8' 0"9.59.8!! vB, vL, mE, rNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:28:53A bright nucleus, surrounded by a large, round, envelope. Burnham: SB.
NGC 13733h 35m 6s-35 11' 0"eF, vS, p of 3Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:35:4Faint, but as large as its companions, 1374 and 1375. 1/2 mv fainter than 1374.
NGC 13753h 35m 12s-35 16' 0"1.9B, S, lE, pmbM, 3rd of 3Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:33:43A pair with 1374, but about a magnitude fainter. Portuguese Wikipedia: 12.2mv.
NGC 13743h 35m 18s-35 14' 0"121.8vB, pL, lE, gmbM, 2nd of 3Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:32:54A small galaxy, a nucleus surrounded by a halo.
NGC 13793h 36m 6s-35 27' 0"122.0glob. cl. , B, pL, R, gpmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:39:53Dyer's description that it looks like a globular is accurate. Nice elliptical. Burnham: E0.
NGC 13803h 36m 30s-34 59' 0"114.9vB, L, R, psbMPC-82008/Jan/03 20:00:00 A nondescript smudge, easily seen with averted vision.
NGC 13813h 36m 36s-35 18' 0"122.9FPC-82008/Jan/03 20:00:00 Just south of 1380, a bit fainter than 1380.
NGC 13863h 36m 54s-36 0' 0"123.5FFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:49:40An edge on spiral with a bright nucleus. Burnham: S0.
NGC 13873h 37m 0s-35 31' 0"122.4glob. cl. , vB, pL, R, gmbMPC-82008/Jan/03 20:00:00A faint, low contrast brightening of the sky.
NGC 13893h 37m 12s-35 45' 0"132.1FPC-82008/Jan/03 20:00:00A faint glow in the fornax cluster.
NGC 13433h 37m 48s72 34' 0"12.32.8F, vS, iR, gbM, D* vnrLBRPC-112012/Feb/17 21:11:58Like a fuzzy 12mv star. Almost invisible in the 30mm, but more easily seen in the 18.
NGC 13953h 38m 30s-23 2' 0"113.2B, pS, E, psmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:36:30Nice galaxy. A bright nucleus, surrounded by a round halo. Face on spiral? Burnham: E3.
NGC 13993h 38m 30s-35 27' 0"9.93.2glob. cl. , vB, pL, psbM, rrPC-82008/Jan/03 20:00:00The brightest galaxy in the Fornax cluster.
NGC 13983h 38m 54s-26 20' 0"9.76.6cB, cL, R, vmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:10:54A bright, round, elliptical. Burnham: SBb. WikiSky: The bar is engulfed in a bright halo, lending the appearance of an elliptical.
NGC 14043h 38m 54s-35 35' 0"10.32.5vB, pL, R, psmbMPC-82008/Jan/03 20:00:00A fairly brightest galaxy in the Fornax cluster.
NGC 14023h 39m 24s-18 31' 0"15eF, vS, RFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:16:28A very faint patch, but "discovered" while observing 1400 and 1407. Brighter than 15mv. Dutch Wikipedia: 13.3mv.
NGC 14003h 39m 30s-18 41' 0"11.11.9cB, pS, R, psmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:15:7A bright E0? Burnham: E1/S0.
NGC 14073h 40m 12s-18 35' 0"9.82.5vB, L, R, svmbMNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:15:26A bright E0? A pair with 1400. Burnham: E0.
NGC 14153h 41m 0s-22 34' 0"123.6pB, S, lE, pglbM, * sfFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:32:32A spiral with a faint, starlike nucleus, and a halo, 2:1 elongation. Burnham: Sa/Sb.
NGC 14333h 42m 0s-47 13' 0"10.06.8vB, L, pmE, vsvmbM *10Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:20:20A bright galaxy, small, but very close to the horizon, so no accurate detail was seen. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 14213h 42m 30s-13 29' 0"11.43.6F, cL, mE 0deg , rSyria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 21:21:49A very faint smudge, found only with the aid of the finder chart. No noticable detail. An iced up corrector plate made the galaxy look very faint. Burnham: Sb, 12.0.
NGC 14263h 42m 48s-22 7' 0"11.42.1pF, S, lE, bMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:23:31A small, round, galaxy with a starlike nucleus. Burnham: E3.
NGC 14363h 43m 36s-35 51' 0"glob. cl. , vB, pmE, pgbM; = 1437Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:56:24A faint smudge. B:SBa.
NGC 14373h 43m 36s-35 52' 0"122.9F, vL, R, glbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 2:55:36A very faint smudge, barely visible, even in tonight's clear skies. AKA 1436. An NGC error.
NGC 14483h 44m 30s-44 39' 0"118.1pB, L, vmE 222deg ; = 1457Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:42:49A faint, elongated (4:1) glow very near the horizon. Burnham: Sc/Sd.
IC_19853h 44m 34.1s32 9' 47"7.3?x??Little TychoC-82014/Oct/25 3:4:58This cluster is AKA IC 348. A sparse cluster with two nice pairs in it.
NGC 14393h 44m 48s-21 55' 0"122.3F, pS, gpmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:26:31A small galaxy, a tiny nucleus surrounded by a halo, 2:3 elongation. Burnham: E1.
IC 3343h 45m 12s76 38' 0"126.0pB, S, *13 inv sfLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 20:46:7A large, faint oval blob, brighter in the middle. A face on Sc? Various internet sources: Irregular/Peculiar.
NGC 14513h 46m 6s-4 4' 0"13.30.7vF, vS, lELBRPC-112013/Jan/4 20:31:5A faint, but obvious glow near an 11mv star.
NGC 14533h 46m 24s-3 58' 0"11.62.1pB, S, R, *17 in MLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 20:29:37The brightest member of a cluster of galaxies. E3? Like an unresovable globular cluster. Burnham: E2
IC 3423h 46m 48s68 6' 0"917.8pB, vS, *12 close nLittle TychoC-82010/Dec/8 20:30:22Like a fuzzy star. The 12mv stars close by are easier to see. WikiSky: A face on Sc. Only the nucleus was seen.
IC 3423h 46m 48s68 6' 0"917.8pB, vS, *12 close nLittle TychoC-82011/Feb/16 19:31:11The nucleus is bright enough that it is visible in an almost full moonlit sky.
NGC 15124h 3m 54s-43 21' 0"10.64.0eF ring , B, cL, R, bMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:48:51A large galaxy, with a large nucleus, surrounded by a bar and a complex halo, all very faint. Burnham: S0/SB.
NGC 15184h 6m 48s-21 11' 0"11.83.0B, L, pmE, gbM, *8 spFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 3:59:31A medium sized, elongated smudge, 1:4. Burnham: SBc/pec.
IC_3564h 7m 48s69 49' 0"115.2pF, pL, bM, *8.5 4' nLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 21:8:32A large, whispy, mottled glow with a brighter patch towards the middle. Wikisky: The mottling is due to background stars. This looks like a face on Sb to me.
NGC 15214h 8m 18s-21 3' 0"11.42.9pB, R, bMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 4:1:9A faint, round spot, brighter towards the middle. Elliptical? Burnham: E3.
NGC 15314h 12m 0s-32 51' 0"12.11.3pB, pL, R, bM, np of 2Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 4:5:54A faint, nondescript companion to 1532. Burnham: E3.
NGC 15324h 12m 6s-32 52' 0"115.6B, vL, vmE 32deg , psmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 4:4:32A very nice galaxy, elongated (1:5), with more of the halo south of the nucleus. Edge on Sc? Burnham: Sb.
NGC 15374h 13m 42s-31 39' 0"12vB, pS, lE, psvmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 4:8:24A face on spiral? Bright, starlike nucleus, with the halo offset to the north. Seyfert? Burnham: S0. No reference to it's being an active galaxy found.
NGC 15304h 23m 24s75 18' 0"124.9pB, LLBRPC-112010/Mar/17 21:3:11Finder chart field not found.
NGC 15304h 23m 24s75 18' 0"124.9pB, LLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 19:56:8A large, diffuse, very low surface brightness smudge. Nucleus unseen or starlike and off center. WikiSky: SBc. Burnham: 13mv.
NGC 15874h 30m 42s0 40' 0"132.0F, pS, R, r, p of DnebLBRPC-112013/Feb/9 19:12:16A faint fuzz ball, brighter in the middle. E? HNGC: E.
NGC 15694h 30m 48s64 51' 0"11.22.9pB, S, lE, BNM, *9.5 n 1'LBRPC-112010/Mar/17 21:16:4An edge on with almost no nucleus. Elongated in pa 90, and mottled.
NGC 15694h 30m 48s64 51' 0"11.22.9pB, S, lE, BNM, *9.5 n 1'Little TychoC-82014/Dec/19 21:2:16A smudge. Invisible in the 24, glimpsed in the 15, and obvious in the 9mm.
NGC 16004h 31m 42s-5 5' 0"11.12.5pB, pL, R, gmbMLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 19:24:8An oblong glow, slightly brighter towards the middle, in pa 320d. It's in a nice star field. Burnham: E0/S2.
NGC 16354h 40m 7.9s-0 32' 50"12.41.40x1.312.9Little TychoC-82017/Jan/4 21:54:43An very faint smudge, seen only with rather averted vision. Brighter at it's very center.
NGC 16374h 41m 30s-2 51' 0"10.93.3cB, L, R, vgbMLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 19:28:58A faint, amorphous, glow, barely brighter than the night sky. Burnham: Sc/pec.
NGC 17004h 56m 54s-4 52' 0"11.02.9cB, S, mbM*LBRPC-112011/Mar/1 19:44:47A fairly bright, small, round galaxy, much brighter towards the middle. Nice. Burnham: E1.
NGC 17925h 5m 12s-37 59' 0"10.24.0vB, vL, mE 314deg , glbM, rrFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 4:13:59A bright, elongated(1:3), mottled, streak with hardly any nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 18085h 7m 42s-37 31' 0"9.97.2B, L, E, psbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 4:17:3A lovely, edge on spiral with an elongated nucleus. Fairly bright. B:Sb.
NGC 18325h 12m 6s-15 41' 0"11.42.8pB, iR, mbM, c* nf 1'LBRPC-112011/Mar/1 19:56:7A small, bright streak, in pa ~ 180d. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 19645h 33m 24s-21 57' 0"10.86.2F, L, R, vsvmbM *12, 3 st invLittle TychoC-82010/Nov/12 3:35:14A faint, small, round patch gbm. Burnham: Sb, 11.8mv. WkikSky: looks like an SBb to me.
NGC 19615h 42m 6s69 23' 0"11.14.3cF, pL, iF, mbM, er, * inv; (decl?)Syria, VaC-112012/Jan/15 21:44:48A lovely, bright galaxy with mottling like a tiny cluster of stars in front of it. WikiSky: There are some 13mv and fainter field stars superimposed on the galaxy, and the galaxy iteslf shows a few bright HII regions.
NGC 19615h 42m 6s69 23' 0"11.14.3cF, pL, iF, mbM, er, * inv; (decl?)Little TychoC-82012/Oct/20 3:25:24Field found, galaxy not visible, despite fairly clear skies.
NGC 21245h 57m 52.29s-20 5' 6"12.22.70x0.912.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 2:27:13A faint streak without a pronounced nucleus.
NGC 21286h 4m 42s57 39' 0"13vF, vS, vlELBRPC-112013/Feb/9 20:54:11An very faint patch, averted vision only.
IC_21586h 5m 17.89s-27 51' 25"12.11.70x1.312.8Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 2:36:6A faint smudge, made much more difficult by tonight's very heavy dew which fogs eyepieces very quickly.
NGC 22076h 16m 24s-21 22' 0"10.74.3pB, pL, mE 87deg , pslbMRN, biN, ring surrLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 20:24:24A faint smudge, hardly visible about the bright sky glow. E-W elongation? WikiSky: two colliding spirals! Burnham: Sc.
NGC 21466h 18m 42s78 21' 0"10.56.0pB, 2' l, lELBRPC-112011/Mar/1 20:35:13A relatively bright galxy, elongated in pa 160d, Sb? Burnham: Sb.
NGC 22176h 21m 42s-27 14' 0"10.44.8vB, S, R, psmbM, rFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 4:28:51Looks like a star with a halo around it. Bright, but hard to see amongst the rich star field it's in. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 22736h 50m 6s60 51' 0"123.5F, S, iR, r?LBRPC-112013/Feb/9 20:2:57A faint, but obvious galaxy, slightly elongated and brighter towards the middle.
NGC 23207h 5m 41.9s50 34' 51"11.91.40x0.812.1Little TychoC-82014/Dec/26 1:57:55A faint smudge, barely visible against the glow of the urbanized night sky.
NGC 23397h 8m 18s18 47' 0"11.62.8pB, pL, R, glbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/17 22:13:53A faint, low contrast disk. Slightly brighter towards the middle.
NGC 23147h 10m 30s75 20' 0"11.92.1vF, S, RLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 21:25:31A small, elongated, glow in a starry field.
NGC 23407h 11m 10.69s50 10' 29"11.71.80x1.212.5Little TychoC-82014/Dec/26 2:4:25A very faint glow, barely visible in the 15mm, and then only when the telescope is slewing. Yet it is the center of a lovely galaxy cluster, waiting for darker skies and more aperture.
NGC 23447h 12m 30s47 10' 0"12.12.0pB, pS, R, lbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 21:13:56A faint medium sized smudge. Not in Burnham: WikiSky: Looks like a face on Sa.
NGC 22687h 14m 0s84 23' 0"11.53.4pF, pL, lELBRPC-112013/Jan/4 21:34:40A large, diffuse, very faint patch. There is a faint, 13.5mv star involved in it as well.
NGC 23477h 16m 6s64 43' 0"12.52.0vF, S, R, lbMLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 21:38:41A very faint spot, slightly brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb, 12.7mv.
NGC 23367h 27m 6s80 11' 0"10.56.9pB, pL, R, 2 st 11 nrLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 20:38:42A 4', round smudge, not much brighter towards its middle. Easily seen in the 18. Burnham: Sb, 12.4mv.
NGC 23667h 28m 54s69 13' 0"10.97.6vF, pL, mbM, vS* inv, curved tailsLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 21:6:40A large, but very faint bit of fuzz with a pair of faint doubles involved in it. Burnham: 12.6mv, Irregular.
NGC 23007h 32m 20.29s85 42' 33"112.80x2.012.8Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/23 23:36:28N 2276 is a diffuse blob next to an 8mv star, N 2300 is a distinct E0. IC 455 was not found.
NGC 24157h 36m 54s35 15' 0"12.41.0pB, cS, R, vgvlbM, r, alm PNLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 21:26:3A small but bright round spot. Nice. Not in Burnham: Dutch Wikipedia: Irregular.
NGC 24157h 36m 54s35 15' 0"12.41.0pB, cS, R, vgvlbM, r, alm PNLittle TychoC-82017/Feb/23 20:46:24A faint patch, barely glimpsed in the 9mm. Best in the 6mm. It appears elongated in ρ 150d.
NGC 24037h 36m 54s65 36' 0"8.417.8!! cB, eL, vmE, vgmbMNLittle TychoC-82010/Jan/10 21:46:37Faint but fairly large. Barely glimpsed in both the 24mm and 12.5mm. That I saw it at all is remarkable, but tonight's skies are fairly clear. This would be great in the 11" in dark skies.
NGC 24417h 52m 12s73 2' 0"12.22.2vF, pSLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 21:47:10Field found, galaxy not visible. Burnham: Sc, 12.7mv. Wikisky: low surface brightness disk, stellar nucleus.
NGC 24607h 56m 54s60 21' 0"11.72.9F, S, R, S* in centreLBRPC-112013/Jan/4 21:51:40A somewhat bright, elongated patch. Burnham: Sb, 12.7mv.
NGC 24697h 58m 6s56 41' 0"131.1F, vS, R, *9 sfLBRPC-112013/Feb/9 20:16:7A faint, amorphus patch.
NGC 24938h 0m 24s39 50' 0"132.5cB, S, R, sbMLBRPC-112013/Feb/9 20:25:28With NGC 2295, a pair of faint, amorphus glows. NGC 2295 is probably a 13.6mv star. See notes for NGC 2295.
NGC 24958h 0m 36s39 50' 0"990.4follows 2493 2' or 3', eF, vSLBRPC-112013/Feb/9 20:26:40With NGC 2293, a pair of faint, amorphus glows. This galaxy is listed as a 15.1mv Sd by the HNGC. It's likely I saw a star (UCAC4 153096332?) glowing with eyepiece haze caused by the cold (~15d F, -20d C) night.
NGC 25008h 1m 54s50 44' 0"11.62.9F, L, R, vgbM, r, am stLittle TychoC-82012/Dec/19 4:30:19An extremly faint smudge. Barely visible aganist the glow of the sky.
NGC 25328h 10m 12s33 57' 0"12.42.2pB, pL, R, vglbM, r, 2 st nfLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 22:28:10A small faint smudge, slightly brighter towards the middle. Not in Burnham: WikiSky: A face on Sc.
NGC 25378h 13m 12s46 0' 0"11.71.7glob. cl. , pB, pL, R, rrr, st 20PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint, round smudge. A few of the brightest stars were glimpsed. No! This is a very mottled Sd spiral! Those "stars" were HII regions.
NGC 25238h 15m 0s73 35' 0"12.03.0pB, pL, lE, lbM, * nrLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 21:14:10An very faint smudge, very hard to see. Burnham: SBb, 12.7mv.
NGC 25598h 17m 6.1s-27 27' 25"10.93.00x1.412.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 4:13:3The milky way was much too crowded here to pick out this galaxy.
NGC 25498h 19m 0s57 48' 0"11.14.2pB, S, mE 0deg , psmbMLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 20:45:54A galaxy with a very bright middle and an elonaged envelope. Burhnam: E6/S0.
NGC 25448h 21m 42s73 59' 0"121.1eeF, pS, R, sev B st aroundLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 21:36:36An very faint spot, found only with the finder chart. I suspect it's a spiral. DSS: SB, Simbad: SBa, 13mv.
NGC 25518h 24m 48s73 25' 0"12.01.9vF, S, F* in centreLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 21:32:5Small, almost stellar, but obvious. Burnham: Sb, 13.1mv
NGC 26138h 33m 24s-22 58' 0"10.47.2cB, L, vmE 110degLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 22:49:12An elongated smudge, slightly brighter towards its eastern end. WikiSky: No asymetry seen, Burnham: Edge on spiral.
NGC 26398h 43m 36s50 12' 0"11.82.0cB, S, E 130deg , psmbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 21:21:28A bright, compact almost edge on galaxy. Mottled in direct vision, hazy and much larger in averted vision. Sb? Burnham: S0.Sa. No mottling seen in photos, it must have been a physiological effect.
NGC 26338h 48m 6s74 6' 0"11.92.6F, S, lE LBRPC-112013/Apr/13 21:39:58An eef, uniform patch. Spiral? Burnham: SBb, 12.6mv
NGC 26548h 49m 12s60 13' 15"11.84.20x0.812.9Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/22 22:31:37A nice galaxy. Bright middle, with an elongated envelop. An edge on. Best in the 9mm UW.
NGC 26728h 49m 18s19 4' 0"11.62.6pB, pL, iR, mbMLBRPC-112010/Mar/17 21:52:28An elongated smudge, with little detail. The companion, N 2673, was not visible.
NGC 26468h 50m 24s73 28' 0"12.01.7vF, S, 2 F st 2'.5 sfLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 21:46:52An very faint oblong whisp of light. B:Epec or S0, 12.6mv. Tonight's seeing is Pickering 7, the transparency is excellent, and the C-11 is finding things with the 12.5. It's never been better behaved.
NGC 26468h 50m 24s73 28' 0"12.01.7vF, S, 2 F st 2'.5 sfLittle TychoC-82016/Jul/17 23:25:52Invisible in tonight's bright moonlight.
NGC 26838h 52m 42s33 25' 0"9.79.3vB, vL, vmE 39deg , gmbMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A wonderful edge on Sc, large, a bit mottled with no obvious dust lane. Burnham lists this as an Sb.
NGC 26838h 52m 42s33 25' 0"9.79.3vB, vL, vmE 39deg , gmbMLittle TychoC-82017/Feb/23 22:13:31A faint, but obvious streak in ρ 45d. About 5' long.
NGC 26818h 53m 30s51 19' 0"10.33.8vB, vL, vg, vsmbM *10PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint, round haze surrounding a bright, compact, nucleus at low power (115x, 30mm). With the 12.5, the haze almost vanishes and the nucleus appears starlike. A Seyfert? (Almost, it's a "liner". They look the same.)
IC_5208h 53m 42s73 29' 0"132.3pB, pL, bM, * nrLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 21:50:59A large, and surprisingly bright, galaxy. Spiral? SBab, 11.8mv, from Steinicke.
NGC 26958h 54m 27s-3 4' 1"11.91.70x1.212.5Little TychoC-82014/Dec/26 3:3:6An very faint glow, seen only with the 24 and 15, and then when the telescope was slewing.
NGC 26858h 55m 36s58 44' 0"11.15.2pF, R, F* in centreLittle TychoC-82012/Nov/17 5:27:18A faint, small smudge, barely visible in the 18 and 12.5, but not in the 24.
NGC 26558h 55m 36s78 13' 0"10.15.1vB, cL, lE 90deg , gsvmbMLBRPC-112010/Mar/17 22:6:58A bright circular galaxy, looks like an E0.
NGC 26948h 57m 0s51 20' 0"14.30.3vF, vS, 1's of 2693LBRPC-112012/Mar/14 21:29:35A faint patch just south of NGC 2693. E1 from Wolfgang Steinicke, in RNGC.
NGC 26938h 57m 0s51 21' 0"11.72.2pB, lE, psmbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 21:29:35A bright, small, blob. Faint NGC 2694 was glimpsed. Burnham: NGC 2693 is an E3p. NGC 2694: E1 from Wolfgang Steinicke, in RNGC.
NGC 27138h 57m 18s2 55' 0"11.73.9pB, iR, mbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 23:10:32A lovely, small, galaxy. Burnham: 12.7mv SBa.
NGC 27168h 57m 35.8s3 5' 25"11.81.30x1.012.0Little TychoC-82014/Dec/26 3:9:59A small, very faint smudge. Best in the 15mm.
NGC 27188h 58m 54s6 18' 0"132.5F, pL, E, am 3 stLittle TychoC-82014/Mar/26 22:2:7An very faint smudge, seen in both the 12.5 and 9mm, but only when the telescope was slewed. Aladin: The DSS image shows a face on SBb spiral. HNGC lists it at 12.0mv. Not in Burnham.
NGC 27128h 59m 30s44 55' 0"12.02.9pB, L, E, vgbM *18LBRPC-112012/Feb/20 22:57:23A dim, mottled blob. Burnham: 12.7mv SBb.
NGC 27499h 5m 24s18 19' 0"12.02.0pF, S, R, bMN = *15LBRPC-112013/Apr/13 21:27:15Not too faint, round smudge. No detail seen. E? Burnham: E2, 13.2mv.
NGC 27429h 7m 36s60 29' 0"11.73.1cB, cL, E 90deg , erLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 22:4:5A faint, mottled patch. Burnham: Sc, 12.5mv.
NGC 27159h 8m 6s78 5' 0"11.45.0pB, L, ELBRPC-112012/Mar/14 22:11:58A faint, elongated smudge. Center not much brighter than the edges. Burnham: Sc, 12.1mv.
NGC 27759h 10m 18s7 2' 0"10.34.5cB, cL, R, vgvsmbM, rPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A bright, lackluster E0-E2. (Burnham lists this as an Sa).
NGC 27819h 11m 30s-14 49' 0"11.53.9B, S, vlE, psmbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 22:57:57A small, round smudge. E0? WikiSky: An oval shaped galaxy. Burnham: S0/Sa.
NGC 27689h 11m 36s60 2' 0"10.06.3cB, cL, lE, psbMLBNLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 21:37:40A bright galaxy, with a stellar nucleus. E1? (E5: Burnham)
NGC 27769h 12m 12s44 57' 0"11.62.9pB, L, R, vgbM, rLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 22:16:42A faint, elongated blob, brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sc, 12.0mv. WikiSky: Looks like a face on SBc.
NGC 27769h 12m 12s44 57' 0"11.62.9pB, L, R, vgbM, rLittle TychoC-82015/Dec/6 4:34:27A very faint smudge, only visible when moving the telescope in the 15. Invisible in the 24. Tonight's seeing and transparency are unsurpassed. That it was seen at all is a bit surprising, given the just risen crescent moon and the urban light pollution of my observatory.
NGC 27849h 12m 18s-24 10' 0"10.15.1B, L, mE 64deg , gmbMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00Bright, with a round nucleus and an elliptical envelope. No mottling was seen So or Sa? (Burnham: E8 or So).
NGC 27329h 13m 24s79 11' 0"11.92.3pB, S, E 45deg , *13 nfLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 22:22:12A small, bright, elongated spot. Sb? Burnham: Sa?, 12.9mv. RNGC: SB.
NGC 27489h 13m 42s76 29' 0"11.73.1pB, pL, E, vglbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 22:27:43A faint, elongated streak. An edge on spiral, slightly brighter towards the middle. Sc? Burnham: Sc, 12.4mv.
NGC 27829h 14m 6s40 7' 0"11.53.8cB, R, mbMBNLBRPC-112010/Mar/17 22:19:58A face on Sb? Round, but not an elliptical.
NGC 28119h 16m 12s-16 19' 0"11.32.7pB, pS, E, psmbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 23:0:28An oblong smudge, slightly brighter towards the middle, in PA ~30d. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 27989h 17m 24s42 0' 0"12.32.8pB, S, stellarLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 22:42:19A small, round patch, brighter towards the middle. The companion galaxy, NGC 2799 was not visible. Burnham: SB, 13.0mv. NGC 2799: 13.5mv, SEDS. WikiSky: NGC 2799 edge on, nucleus starlike.
NGC 28359h 17m 54s-22 21' 0"116.3F, *10 inv f, bet 2 st 9SAOC-112013/Mar/14 1:29:13A face on Sc, with no pronounced nucleus. Large and faint, best in the 41. Burnham: SBc/pec.
NGC 27879h 19m 18s69 12' 0"10.83.4B, pL, lE 90deg , mbM, r, vS* sf invLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 21:10:43A bright, small elliptical galaxy. S0? Burnham: S0.
NGC 28329h 19m 48s33 44' 0"11.53.3cB, cL, E, 3rd of 3LBRPC-112011/Mar/1 21:18:15A fairly faint smudge. Other galaxies were perhaps glimpsed, but this was more averted imagination than anything else. Burhnam: E4.
NGC 28329h 19m 48s33 44' 0"11.53.3cB, cL, E, 3rd of 3Little TychoC-82014/Apr/17 21:3:23Glimpsed in both the 12.5 and 9mm. Plainest when the telescope was moving.
NGC 28059h 20m 18s64 6' 0"11.36.3vF, L, R, mbMLittle TychoC-82012/Nov/17 5:39:54*Probably* seen. A very faint patch in the marked location, which moved with the telescope. The 12.5mm only would show it.
NGC 28559h 21m 30s-11 55' 0"11.62.7pB, pL, R, gmbMNLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 22:55:27A faint, round spot. Burnham: Sa/E1, 12.5mv.
NGC 28419h 22m 0s50 58' 0"9.38.1vB, L, vmE 151deg , vsmbM = *10Little TychoC-82010/Mar/6 21:43:32A superb galaxy, the nucleus was round, and brightest in the middle. The halo was vaguely elongated in pa 130d. Sb?
NGC 28659h 23m 30s-23 10' 0"11.42.0B, S, R, gbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 23:9:18A nice oval patch, slightly brighter towards the middle. Burnham: E3.
NGC 28599h 24m 18s34 31' 0"10.74.8vB, pL, R, smbMLBRPC-112010/Mar/17 23:7:26A small, round patch with a bright center.
NGC 28599h 24m 18s34 31' 0"10.74.8vB, pL, R, smbMLittle TychoC-82017/Feb/6 0:49:37Barely glimpsed in the 9mm with this moonwashed sky.
NGC 28729h 25m 42.89s11 25' 58"11.92.10x1.813.3Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/22 23:2:11A bright E2 galaxy was seen, along with NGC 2873.
NGC 28739h 25m 48.49s11 27' 17"15.40.70x0.213.1Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/22 23:2:11A bright E2 galaxy seen along with NGC 2872.
NGC 28899h 27m 12s-11 38' 0"11.82.0pF, pS, vlE, vglbM, rLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 23:10:53A small, round, smudge. Burnham: Sc, 12.4mv.
NGC 28809h 29m 36s62 30' 0"11.62.6B, cS, R, mbM, am stLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 23:26:16Like a faint, fuzzy, star. E0? Burnham: E3/S0.
NGC 29039h 32m 12s21 30' 0"8.912.6cB, vL, E, gmbM, r, sp of 2PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 C-8 @ 80x: Large, bright, with a mottled envelope, bright nucleus, and somewhat abrupt edge. Lovely!
NGC 29039h 32m 12s21 30' 0"8.912.6cB, vL, E, gmbM, r, sp of 2LBRPC-112010/Apr/10 21:48:012903 is a nice, tilted Sb or Sc? 2905 was not apparent. (2905 is a part of 2903).
NGC 29059h 32m 12s21 31' 0"1013.3vF, cL, R, psbM, r, nf of 2LBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:0:45A tiny, bright nucleus (12.5mv) surrounded by a large elliptical envelope. This is another description of N 2905. N 2903 is a bright HII region in N 2905.
NGC 29119h 33m 46.5s10 9' 10"11.54.00x3.112.6Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/22 23:31:25An elongated smudge. 2914 and 2919 were also seen. Best in the 19mm.
NGC 29149h 34m 2.69s10 6' 33"13.20.90x0.612.6Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/22 23:31:25A faint smudge. 2911 and 2919 were also seen. Best in the 19mm.
NGC 26529h 42m 33.19s-3 41' 57"10.93.40x2.113.0Little TychoC-82015/Dec/6 4:45:58The galaxy is a very faint brightening of the sky 1' NW of a 10mv star. That it was seen at all is a bit surprising, given the just risen crescent moon and the urban light pollution of my observatory. Aladin/DSS: This looks more like an Sa spiral than an E4.
NGC 29749h 42m 36s-3 42' 0"10.83.4B, cS, iR, bM, *9 sp 43"LBRPC-112011/Mar/1 21:38:47A faint, round patch, near an 11 mv star. E0? Burnham: E4/SO.
NGC 29509h 42m 36s58 51' 0"11.03.2B, pS, R, vgvmbMNLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 21:46:31Bright, small, round. Like a distant globular. E0? Seyfert? Burnham: SO/Sa.
NGC 29649h 42m 54s31 51' 0"11.33.0B, vL, lE, vgbM, sp of 3LBRPC-112011/Mar/1 21:53:44A large, faint slightly elliptical patch. Sc or Sb? Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 29689h 43m 12s31 56' 0"11.82.2pB, pL, lE, vglbM, 2nd of 3LBRPC-112011/Mar/1 21:55:9Fainter than N 2964, and a bit smaller. The surface brightness of the two galaxies is similar. Burhnam: I/Sp.
NGC 29869h 44m 18s-21 17' 0"10.92.5pB, pS, iR, mbMLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 22:5:2A hard to see smudge, lost in the Damascus dome of light. Needs a darker southern sky. Burnham: E1
NGC 29979h 45m 36s-31 11' 0"118.1! vF, vL, vgvsbMN 4", 19s .5 dSAOC-112013/Mar/13 1:55:10A small smudge of a nucleus, surrounded by a large, faine elliptical (2:1) envelope. WikiSky: Looks like a mostly face on Sc, Burnham: Sc.
NGC 29769h 47m 18s67 55' 0"10.24.9B, vL, mE 152deg , st invLittle TychoC-82011/Mar/28 22:52:0A very faint smudge, visible on the 18 only when I moved the telescope. Perhaps a record for the C-8 and urban skies.
NGC 30039h 48m 36s33 25' 0"11.75.9! cB, L, vmE 90degLBRPC-112010/Mar/17 23:36:2Not found. The small double star near the field center was found, but the galaxy was not.
NGC 29859h 50m 24s72 17' 0"10.54.3vB, cL, R, psmbM, * inv fLBRPC-112010/Mar/17 23:43:56A bright center, surrounded by a unifom, faint disk. Seyfert?
NGC 30419h 53m 6s16 41' 0"11.53.7glob. cl. , F, L, R, vglbM, rr, 2 B st spLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:9:32An extremly faint patch. NGC misidentified it as a globular, if so, it's like 7492. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 30319h 55m 36s69 4' 0"6.925.7! eB, eL, E 156deg , gsvmbMBN; = M81PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 7x50 Binoculars: A tiny smudge. M82 visible as well.
NGC 30319h 55m 36s69 4' 0"6.925.7! eB, eL, E 156deg , gsvmbMBN; = M81Little TychoC-82011/Mar/28 22:9:14The faintest of smudges, in this urban sky. Elongated at 45d pa.
NGC 30319h 55m 36s69 4' 0"6.925.7! eB, eL, E 156deg , gsvmbMBN; = M81Little TychoC-82016/Jan/11 3:3:10A bright nucleus surrounded by an amorphus haze.
NGC 30279h 55m 42s72 12' 0"124.7vF, vL, lE, rLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 21:53:55A very faint smudge.
NGC 30279h 55m 42s72 12' 0"124.7vF, vL, lE, rLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:1:48A faint patch. I also glimpsed a 14.5mv star in the field. HNGC: 11.7mv, SBc.
NGC 30349h 55m 48s69 41' 0"8.411.2vB, vL, vmE (ray); = M82PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 7x50 Binoculars: A tiny, mottled, smudge. M81 visible as well.
NGC 30349h 55m 48s69 41' 0"8.411.2vB, vL, vmE (ray); = M82LBRPO-182012/Feb/26 23:25:4A superb sight on this very dark, clear night. The large dark band and mottling of the rest of the galaxy were plainly apparent. It looked like it's short exposure picture in B.
NGC 30349h 55m 48s69 41' 0"8.411.2vB, vL, vmE (ray); = M82Little TychoC-82014/Jan/24 2:4:23The supernova is a white star of about 11.0mv. The sky is very hazy, it's difficult to see a 12.0mv star.
NGC 30349h 55m 48s69 41' 0"8.411.2vB, vL, vmE (ray); = M82Little TychoC-82016/Jan/11 3:1:59Tonight is dark and windy, but very clear. I managed to see mottling in this famous irregular.
NGC 30789h 58m 24s-26 56' 0"11.11.9pB, S, R, mbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:10:45A faint, low contrast smudge in the Damascus dome of light. Darker skies and higher altitudes would help. Burnham: E3, 12.2mv
NGC 30679h 58m 24s32 22' 0"11.72.5pB, pL, E 106deg , gbM, *9, 74deg , 4'LBRPC-112012/Mar/14 23:19:10A faint, amorphous blob. Burnham: Sa/Sb, 12.7mv.
NGC 306510h 1m 54s72 10' 0"12.02.0pF, vS, R, bM, *11 nrLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:30:3Small, almost stellar, and fairly bright. Burnham: S0/Sa, 12.9mv.
NGC 307910h 2m 0s55 41' 0"10.67.6vB, L, mE 135degLittle TychoC-82010/May/1 0:22:33The meerest smudge in tonight's washed out skies. Seen with the aid of a finder chart and perhaps averted imagination. . This would be much better in dark skies, with the C-11.
NGC 306610h 2m 12s72 7' 0"12.91.2vF, vS, vglbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:30:36Diffuse, about 4' in size. Sc? HNGC: SBb/pec, 12.5mv
NGC 309810h 2m 18s24 43' 0"12.02.6pB, S, E 85deg , psbMNLittle TychoC-82012/Mar/27 1:32:25An very faint smudge, found only with the finder chart.
NGC 310910h 3m 6s-26 9' 0"1014.5cF, vL, vmE 82deg , lbMSAOC-112013/Mar/14 2:43:43A very faint but large smudge, found only with the help of the finder chart. Burnham: Irr.
NGC 307710h 3m 18s68 44' 0"9.94.6cB, cL, mbM, R with rayLittle TychoC-82010/Apr/9 21:38:2A faint smudge in this light polluted sky, slightly brighter in the middle. Spiral? Sb? (E2/Ip, Burnham)
NGC 307710h 3m 18s68 44' 0"9.94.6cB, cL, mbM, R with rayLittle TychoC-82011/Mar/29 8:28:12The faintest of smudges, in this urban sky. Elongated at 45d pa. Confirmed, WikiSky.
NGC 311510h 5m 12s-7 43' 0"9.28.3vB, L, vmE 46deg , vgsmbMENPC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00Bright Nucleus surrounded by a fuzzy envelope, a pronounced streak along the axis of the disk augmented the galaxy's core.
NGC 311510h 5m 12s-7 43' 0"9.28.3vB, L, vmE 46deg , vgsmbMENSAOC-112013/Mar/13 1:59:3A bright nucleus, with a streak of a disk running through it, with a faint envelope surrounding the disk and nucleus. Lovely galaxy.
NGC 314510h 10m 12s-12 26' 0"123.3F, pL, mE, vgslbM, lambda Hya npLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:16:58An very faint smudge, somewhat elongated. When lamda Hya is in the field, the galaxy vanishes. Burnham: SBb, 12.5mv
NGC 315610h 12m 42s3 8' 0"132.1F, cS, R, psbM, *9-10 sf 2'LBRPC-112012/Feb/26 21:36:36A faint, small spot.
NGC 316210h 13m 30s22 44' 0"11.63.1pF, cL, R, vglbM, r, S* invLBRPC-112011/Jun/2 22:39:35AKA NGC 3575. As per the NGC. Faint!
NGC 357510h 13m 31.49s22 44' 14"11.63.10x2.713.7Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/22 22:6:21AKA NGC 3162. A round, large smudge. A face on Sb? Best in the 9mm Meade ultra wide.
NGC 316610h 13m 48s3 26' 0"10.65.2B, pS, R, psmbM, 2nd of 3PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00E0 or Sa (Burnham: Sa)? Next to NGC 3169.
NGC 315810h 13m 48s38 46' 0"11.82.3cB, cS, R, psbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/2 22:51:37A surprisingly faint smudge. The center of a cluster of galaxies, only the large elliptical was seen.
NGC 316910h 14m 12s3 28' 0"10.54.8B, pL, vlE, pgmbM, *11, 78deg , 80", 3rd of 3PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00Looks like an Sa (Burnham: Sb). Near 3166.
NGC 314710h 16m 54s73 24' 0"10.74.0vB, L, R, vgvsvmbMLBRPC-112010/Jun/7 22:32:39A faint, roundish smudge without much of a nucleus. Sc? Sb: Burnham.
NGC 319010h 18m 6s21 50' 0"11.04.6B, pS, E, psbMNLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 22:44:42Just 10' west of NGC 3193. Part of a cluster of galaxies, but the skies were hazing up and it was difficult to see more members. Need to revisit this one.
NGC 318410h 18m 18s41 25' 0"9.86.9pB, vL, R, vgbMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A large, face on Sc with a small, faint nucleus. (Burnham: Sc)
NGC 319310h 18m 24s21 54' 0"10.92.8B, S, vlE, pslbM, *9.5 354deg , 80"LBRPC-112011/Mar/1 22:44:42At the eastern edge of a galaxy cluster, just south of a star. Another galaxy is about 10' west. Burnham: E0.
NGC 319810h 19m 54s45 33' 0"10.48.3pB, vL, mE 45deg , vgbMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint, mottled, smudge. (Burnham: edge on Sc)
NGC 322410h 21m 41.1s-34 41' 46"11.01.90x1.513.2Big Bend Nat ParkO-152016/Feb/4 3:22:13A bright, face on Sc. Mottled. Post observation: My eyes are getting old! It's an E2, not an Sc. It does, however, have an envelope and a bright nucleus. No mottling.
NGC 320610h 21m 48s56 56' 0"123.0pB, cL, E, vglbMLBRPC-112012/Apr/14 0:18:8Field found, galaxy not visible. A large face on Sc, with a bright nucleus, and very faint envelop.
NGC 320610h 21m 48s56 56' 0"123.0pB, cL, E, vglbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:25:50A gossamer smudge, 3' in diameter. HNGC: SBc, 12.1mv. Interesting that W. Herschel found this to be "Bright". I found it to have a very low surface brightness, this is confirmed by its DSS image.
NGC 321810h 21m 48.6s74 10' 38"11.92.30x1.413.0Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/23 0:30:12A hard to find N-S oblong blob with a pair of 15.7mv and 14.5 stars on its northern edge. Aladin/DSS/UCAC4. Wheras the 14.5mv star is belivable, the 15.7 is not. I don't know what I saw!
NGC 322610h 23m 24s19 54' 0"11.42.8pB, cL, R, D with 3227, pos 159deg , 138"PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00Makes a nice pair with NGC 3227. E2
NGC 322710h 23m 30s19 52' 0"10.85.6pB, cL, R, D with 3226PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00The expected bright nucleus of this Seyfert was quite faint.
NGC 323910h 25m 5.5s17 9' 37"11.34.50x2.414.2Little TychoC-82015/Dec/19 4:29:51A truly faint smudge, made more difficult by the 10mv star 30" SSE of it. Aladin/DSS: An irregular galaxy with two 10mv stars superimposed on its southern periphery. The western star is not shown in the UCAC4 or Tycho catalogs.
NGC 325010h 26m 30s-39 57' 0"11.03.2pB, pL, R, vgpsbM, *13, 45degSAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:13:41A faint smudge, this close to the horizon. Brighter towards the middle. WikiSky: An elongated elliptical , Burnham: E4.
NGC 324510h 27m 18s28 30' 0"10.83.2vB, pL, E 0deg , smbMENLBRPC-112011/Mar/1 22:38:19A rather bright center surrounded by an amorphous envelope. Burnham: E5/SO.
I_257410h 28m 24s68 25' 0"10.612.3vF, vL, iFLBRPC-112012/Apr/14 0:11:52Field found, galaxy not visible.
I_257410h 28m 24s68 25' 0"10.612.3vF, vL, iFLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:25:50A gossamer smudge, 3' in diameter. Coddington's nebula, a dwarf galaxy in UMa. I found it to have a very low surface brightness, this is confirmed by its DSS image.
NGC 325410h 29m 18s29 30' 0"11.55.1cB, L, mE 45deg , psmbMNLittle TychoC-82012/Feb/25 1:36:35A faint but definite smudge, best in the 18mm. WikiSky, Burnham: Nearly edge on spiral.
NGC 327710h 32m 54s28 31' 0"11.72.0cB, cS, R, pgmbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 23:36:16A bright, round nucleus surrounded by a faint, oval, halo. Burnham: Sb, 12.5mv.
NGC 329410h 36m 18s37 20' 0"11.73.3cB, L, mE 135deg , glbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 23:44:44A large, elongated, mottled blob. Edge on irregular? Burnham: Sc, 11.6mv.
NGC 331110h 36m 42s-27 32' 0"11.62.5B, L, R, f of Dneb, 6th of 9SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:23:23An elliptical near the center of a galaxy cluster. NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308 were seen. NGC 3308 was but a small smudge.
NGC 331110h 36m 42s-27 32' 0"11.62.5B, L, R, f of Dneb, 6th of 9SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:23:23One of a string of galaxies, NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308. All but 3311 appeared as smudges, but 3311 was slightly elongated. Burnham: SB/Pec.
NGC 331110h 36m 42s-27 32' 0"11.62.5B, L, R, f of Dneb, 6th of 9SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:23:23The brightest member of a string of galaxies, NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308. All but 3309 appeared as smudges, but 3311 was slightly elongated.
NGC 331110h 36m 42s-27 32' 0"11.62.5B, L, R, f of Dneb, 6th of 9SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:23:23With NGC 3309, an elliptical at the center of a galaxy cluster. NGCs 3312, 3311, 3309, and 3308 were seen. All but 3309 appeared as smudges, but 3311 was slightly elongated.
NGC 330110h 36m 54s21 53' 0"11.43.6cB, S, lE 53deg , psbM, rPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 22:33:38A small, bright galaxy, with a starlike nucleus. Elongated in pa 40d, 2:3 elongation. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 376010h 36m 55.79s21 52' 54"11.43.30x1.012.7Little TychoC-82015/Dec/8 4:13:18A faint glow, but distinct in both the 24 and 15mm.
NGC 331010h 38m 42s53 30' 0"10.93.6cB, pL, R, vg, vsmbMN 15"PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00This looks more like a planetary nebula than a galaxy. An E0? (Burnham: Sc/Irregular, Wikisky: The central regions of a face on Sc.)
NGC 331910h 39m 12s41 41' 0"11.36.8cF, L, iE, mb, s of MLittle TychoC-82012/Feb/3 4:18:58A faint blob, about 4' across.
NGC 333810h 42m 6s13 45' 0"10.85.5F, cL, E, vgbM, *7 p 10sLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 22:9:46A faint, elongated smudge. No bright middle. (Sc/Sd: Burhnam)
NGC 334410h 43m 30s24 55' 0"10.06.9cB, L, gbM, * inv, 2 st fPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A large, lovely, face on Sc. Several bright stars close by.
NGC 334610h 43m 42s14 52' 0"122.8cF, vL, R, vgvlbM, erLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:37:43An eef, gossamer patch. B:Sc/Sd 12.4mv. DSS: Face on Sc.
NGC 335110h 44m 0s11 42' 0"9.77.4B, L, R, pgmbMN; = M95PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 Bright nucleus, faint disk, no sign of the bar.
NGC 336710h 46m 36s13 45' 0"11.52.3pB, cL, iR, vglbM, r, 1st of 3PinnaclesC-112011/May/29 22:38:49A large, faint, somewhat mottled galaxy. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 335910h 46m 36s63 13' 0"10.56.8pB, L, E 0deg , glbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 21:28:48A very faint elongated smudge. (Burhnam: a face on SBc)
NGC 336810h 46m 48s11 49' 0"9.27.1vB, vL, lE, vsvmbM, r; = M96PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 Bright nucleus, faint disk
NGC 337010h 47m 6s17 16' 0"123.1cB, pL, vlE, gbM, rLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:39:57A hazy, elongated envelope with a brighter nucleus. Sb? Burnham: Sc, 12.4.
NGC 334810h 47m 12s72 50' 0"11.22.2B, S, ilE, psbM, *11 282deg , 21sLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:22:46A tiny, starlike nucleus, surrounded by a uniform 3' halo. Burnham: E1.
NGC 337710h 47m 42s13 59' 0"10.24.4vB, cL, lE, svmbMBNLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 21:58:53Bright center, elongated envelope. Lovely galaxy. Spiral, Sb or Sc? (E5: Burnham!)
NGC 337910h 47m 48s12 35' 0"9.34.5vB, cL, R, psbM, r; = M105PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 M105 is a lackluster elliptical, but makes a grand view with both NGC 3384 and NGC 3389 in the same field.
NGC 337110h 48m 16.69s12 37' 43"9.95.40x2.712.7Little TychoC-82015/Apr/11 22:53:12A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo. Obvious even in this light polluted suburb!
NGC 338410h 48m 18s12 38' 0"10.05.9vB, L, R, psmbM, 2nd of 3PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 A grand view, as M105 and NGC 3389 are in the same field
NGC 338910h 48m 30s12 32' 0"11.82.7F, L, E pf, vglbM, 3rd of 3PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 C-8 @80x. A grand view, as M105 and NGC 3384 are in the same field. NGC 3389 is a mottled, faint streak.
NGC 339510h 49m 48s32 59' 0"12.11.9cB, pS, ilE, 1st of 2LBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:34:24With 3396, a pair of faint 2' patches 6' apart. WikiSky: A pair of interacting spirals.
NGC 339610h 49m 54s32 59' 0"12.22.8pB, pS, ilE, 2nd of 2LBRPC-112011/Jun/4 22:35:00A pair with 3395. WikiSky: Interacting spirals.
NGC 341210h 50m 54s13 25' 0"10.63.6B, S, lE 135deg +/- , smbMNLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 22:12:13An E5 elliptical? Bright nucleus, elongated envelope. (E5/S0: Burnham)
NGC 341210h 50m 54s13 25' 0"10.63.6B, S, lE 135deg +/- , smbMNLittle TychoC-82015/Apr/11 22:34:26An very faint smudge, elongated in the N-S direction. Seen only when the telescope was slewing.
NGC 342310h 51m 12s5 50' 0"11.23.9F, vL, R, vgbM, rrPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 22:45:58A large faint smudge. Sd? As per the NGC. German Wikipedia: Sc.
NGC 341910h 51m 18s13 57' 0"131.1F, vS, R, alm stell, S* vnrLittle TychoC-82014/Apr/9 23:26:1An very faint smudge, seen only when the telescope was moved. Seen in both the 12.5 and 9mm.
NGC 341410h 51m 18s27 59' 0"10.83.6B, pL, R, mbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/2 23:35:59A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 341510h 51m 42.4s43 42' 46"12.72.10x1.313.6Little TychoC-82016/Apr/24 22:45:51A small galaxy with a bright nucleus. That I saw it in these moonlit skies is a testament to that nucleus. Best in the 9mm, but it was averted vision and a bit of telescope movement to make it out.
NGC 343310h 52m 6s10 9' 0"123.5vF, vL, R, vgbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:42:27A large, gossamer smudge. The visibility is improved when the telescope is slewing. Burnham: Sb/Sc. 12.9mv
NGC 343010h 52m 12s32 57' 0"11.53.9pB, L, iE, gbM, 2nd of 3LBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:28:12A faint patch without a pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 343210h 52m 30s36 37' 0"11.36.2pB, pL, vmE 40deg , ** close spLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:39:25There are 9 and 10mv stars at either side of the galaxy, which is almost edge on. As per its NGC description.
NGC 344810h 54m 42s54 19' 0"11.75.4B, pL, mE 67deg , gbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 19:26:0As per the NGC, except it's not "Pretty Bright"
NGC 348911h 0m 18s13 54' 0"10.33.7vB, pL, lE 80deg +/- , smbMNLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 22:14:58A very bright nucleus, surrounded by a faint, quite elongated envelope. Sc or Sb? Not much mottling in the disk. (E6/S0: Burhnam)
NGC 348611h 0m 24s28 58' 0"10.36.9cB, cL, R, gmbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 22:18:59A faint, somewhat circular blob with a tiny nucleus. A face on Sc? (Sc: Burnham)
NGC 350111h 2m 54s17 59' 0"133.7vF, mE ns, gbM, 3' longSAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:26:56A faint, edge on spiral. No pronounced nucleus. Wikisky: Observation confirmed.
NGC 350411h 3m 12s27 58' 0"11.12.7B, L, E, mbMN, rr, p of 2LBRPC-112011/Jun/2 23:42:40As per the NGC. Face on Sb? Burnham: Sb.
NGC 350711h 3m 30s18 8' 0"113.5cF, pL, R, sbMS *, *9 att 25degSAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:25:45A faint, round, galaxy with a 9mv star in its center. WikiSky: Face on Sc. The star is 10.9mv, not 9mv!
NGC 352111h 5m 48s-0 2' 0"8.99.5cB, cL, mE 140deg +/- , vsmbMNPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00A bright nucleus surrounded by a uniform envelope.
NGC 351611h 6m 48s72 34' 0"11.62.3pB, vS, iR, psmbM *Little TychoC-82010/Jun/2 21:52:22A very faint smudge in these light polluted skies. The nucleus, once found, was small, and bright in averted vision. E0?
NGC 351611h 6m 48s72 34' 0"11.62.3pB, vS, iR, psmbM *Little TychoC-82010/Dec/6 4:25:9A faint, small round patch, between 2 stars, 10.5 and 11mv.
NGC 355711h 10m 0s-37 32' 0"10.44.0B, S, R, pgmbM, 1st of 3SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:39:8A bright elliptical. B:E2.
NGC 356411h 10m 36.2s-37 32' 54"12.11.70x0.912.4SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:39:8A very faint spiral. Wikisky: an edge on spiral.
NGC 354911h 10m 54s53 23' 0"123.2cB, cL, cE 160degLBRPC-112012/Apr/14 0:1:23An very faint streak, with a sharp northern edge. Nothing special about the northern edge in the WikiSky image. Burnham: Sb, 12.8mv.
NGC 355611h 11m 30s55 40' 0"10.18.3cB, vL, vmE 79deg , pbM, r; = M108LBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00Not found!! The corrector plate was dewed.
NGC 355611h 11m 30s55 40' 0"10.18.3cB, vL, vmE 79deg , pbM, r; = M108Little TychoC-82012/Jan/28 23:30:55AKA M 108. An almost starlike nucleus, surrounded by a faint, elliptical haze in pa 80d. The "nucleus" is actually a foreground star, as shown in a U of Arizona 4 meter image.
NGC 355611h 11m 30s55 40' 0"10.18.3cB, vL, vmE 79deg , pbM, r; = M108Big Bend Nat ParkO-152016/Feb/5 6:17:54A bright streak in the sky, with a star in its middle.
NGC 358511h 13m 18s-26 45' 0"10.02.9B, pL, E, vsmbMN, 2 B st triangleLBRPC-112012/Feb/26 23:19:4A small, round patch. E0? Burnham: E5/6.
NGC 358311h 14m 12s48 19' 0"122.8pB, pL, R, vgmbMLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 23:53:51A round patch, brighter towards the middle. E? Burnham: Sb/Sc, 12.2mv. I saw only the nucleus, which looked like an elliptical.
NGC 359311h 14m 36s12 49' 0"11.05.8B, cL, E 90deg +/- , psmbMLittle TychoC-82011/Apr/5 21:26:33A really faint smudge, if seen at all.
NGC 359611h 15m 6s14 47' 0"124.2pF, L, R, glbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:46:43A large, face on Sc? Burnham: Sc, 12.2mv. DSS: Face on Sc.
NGC 359911h 15m 24s18 7' 0"11.92.8B, pS, R, pgmbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 22:51:23A small, faint smudge. Details hard to discern. HNGC: E/S0, 11.7mv.
NGC 360011h 15m 48s41 36' 0"124.3pF, S, lE 0deg +/- , vgbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:17:43An eef, large smudge. Very hard to see, even at the zenith. HNGC: Sc? 11.9mv. DSS: Edge on galaxy.
NGC 360511h 16m 48s18 1' 0"131.7F, S, R, sp of 3LBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:8:50A large, amorphus, and quite faint galaxy. Burnham: E4, 13.5mv
NGC 360711h 16m 54s18 3' 0"10.03.7vB, L, R, vmbM, 2nd of 3PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00With N 3608, a couple of bright spots.
NGC 360811h 17m 0s18 9' 0"11.03.0B, pL, R, psbM, 3rd of 3PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00With N 3607, a couple of bright spots.
NGC 362111h 18m 18s-32 49' 0"1010.0cB, vL, E 160deg , am 4 stSAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:42:19A large, spindle shaped blob. No pronounced nucleus seen, slightly mottled. Burnham: Sc/Sd.
NGC 361411h 18m 18s45 45' 0"124.6F, pL, lE 90deg +/- , glbM, rLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:24:20A large, but extremly faint galaxy. Burnham: Sc, 12.9.
NGC 361011h 18m 24s58 47' 0"10.83.2vB, pS, lE 90deg +/- , vsvmbMSNLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 22:49:18Starlike, bright nucleus. Seyfert?
NGC 361311h 18m 36s58 0' 0"123.6vB, cL, mE 305deg , smbMNLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 22:55:30A small, non descript smudge, with a tiny nucleus.
NGC 362311h 18m 54s13 5' 0"9.310.0B, vL, mE 165deg +/- , gbMBN; = M65PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00A bright streak in the sky, like M 66
NGC 361911h 19m 21.49s57 45' 30"11.52.70x2.313.4Little TychoC-82015/Dec/19 4:37:57A faint, but discernable glow. Best in the 9mm.
NGC 363211h 20m 3.6s18 21' 24"11.02.70x1.912.6Little TychoC-82014/Dec/20 6:7:11An very faint patch, barely visible in the 9mm. Glimpsed in the 15, and invisible, along with its 12.5mv companion, in the 24mm.
NGC 362611h 20m 6s18 21' 0"10.93.1B, S, vlE, sbMLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 23:3:18A small nucleus with a faint halo around it. Sc?
NGC 362711h 20m 12s12 59' 0"9.08.7B, vL, mE 150deg , mbM, 2 st np; = M66PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00A bright streak in the sky, like M 65
NGC 362811h 20m 18s13 36' 0"9.514.8pB, vL, vmE 102degPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00A faint streak in the sky, like M 65 and M 66, but considerably fainter.
NGC 363111h 21m 0s53 10' 0"10.44.6pB, L, R, svmbMrNLBC-112009/May/12 21:15:00A faint, face on Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 364011h 21m 6s3 14' 0"10.34.1B, pL, R, psbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 21:40:41A bright, small galaxy. (Burhnam: E2)
NGC 364611h 21m 42s20 10' 0"11.23.9cF, cL, lE, gbM, sp of 2LBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:45:50A very faint, large smudge. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 364211h 22m 18s59 5' 0"11.15.8pB, pL, R, vgbMLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 22:43:53A large, faint, spiral. Sc?
NGC 365511h 22m 54s16 35' 0"11.61.6pB, pS, iR, bM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/2 23:50:39A faint smudge in tonight's hazy sky.
NGC 365711h 23m 54s52 55' 0"121.8cF, vS, R, stellarLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:31:34A round patch, slightly brighter in the middle. Almost stellar. HNGC: Sb/pec, 12.6mv
NGC 366611h 24m 24s11 21' 0"124.2F, E 90deg +/- , *6 f 34s , 5' nLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:13:13A large, eef, elongated whisp. Burnham: Sc, 12.6mv
NGC 366511h 24m 42s38 46' 0"10.83.2cB, cL, iR, pgmbMLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 23:9:33Bright nucleus, round halo. Face on Sb?
NGC 367211h 25m 0s-9 48' 0"114.1pB, L, E 0deg +/- , gbMLittle TychoC-82011/Apr/5 21:52:6Not visible. Clouds? Field was found, but no galaxy.
NGC 367211h 25m 0s-9 48' 0"114.1pB, L, E 0deg +/- , gbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/14 23:54:51A large, very faint, amorphous blob. Burnham: Highly tilted multiple armed spiral, 12.8mv. SEDS: SB, 12.7mv.
NGC 367511h 26m 6s43 35' 0"115.9vB, cL, vmE 0deg +/- , vsmbMN, many st pLBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00An elongated galaxy with a bright nucleus. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 368111h 26m 30s16 52' 0"11.72.5B, pS, R, bMLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 23:24:22A faint smudge.
NGC 368411h 27m 12s17 2' 0"11.73.2pB, pL, E, vgbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/29 22:42:37A tiny, faint spot. Elliptical?
NGC 368411h 27m 12s17 2' 0"11.73.2pB, pL, E, vgbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/29 22:45:25A very faint smudge in tonight's somewhat hazy sky.
NGC 368611h 27m 42s17 13' 0"11.43.3pB, L, vlE, vgbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:48:48An elongated smudge. As per the NGC. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 368911h 28m 12s25 40' 0"12.31.6pB, pL, lE, bMLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 22:32:56A faint smudge.
NGC 369211h 28m 24s9 24' 0"133.3F, mE, rSAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:34:7A faint, uniform, streak. Edge on spiral? WikiSky: Edge on Sb.
NGC 369011h 28m 30s58 33' 0"122.4pB, pS, vlE 80deg +/- , pgbM, S st sf nrLBRPC-112010/Mar/16 22:38:31An elongated smudge, without a definite nucleus. Sc or SBb?
NGC 370511h 30m 6s9 17' 0"115.0pF, pL, R, vsmbM, rSAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:31:56A bright nucleus, with a faint elliptical (2:1) envelope surrounding it. Burnham: Sb, WikiSky: Sb.
NGC 371811h 32m 36s53 4' 0"10.58.7pB, vL, R, vglbMLBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00A small, bright galaxy. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 371811h 32m 36s53 4' 0"10.58.7pB, vL, R, vglbMLBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00A very faint smudge. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 372611h 33m 18s47 2' 0"10.46.0pB, vL, lE 0deg , vsmbM *15, *11 nLBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00A faint patch, with very little detail visible. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 372911h 33m 48s53 8' 0"11.43.1pB, pL, lE 0deg +/- , gbM, *12 nrLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 23:46:34A faint smudge. N 3718, a brighter SBa, is in the same field. Both look like spirals. Burnham: SBp, 12.5mv.
NGC 373311h 35m 0s54 51' 0"124.8eF, S, iR, *6 sfLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 23:24:9An very faint brightening of the night sky. WikiSky: A loose spiral with a bright nucleus and very faint arms. I saw only the nucleus.
NGC 373811h 35m 48s54 31' 0"11.72.6pB, pL, bMLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 23:20:43A small, round, patch. Best in the 12mm. Burnham: Irr, 12.1mv.
NGC 373511h 36m 0s70 32' 0"124.2pB, L, mE 130deg , mbMLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 23:2:19An very faint streak, slightly brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb, 12.6mv.
NGC 375611h 36m 48s54 18' 0"11.54.4pF, L, lELBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:34:23A large, elongated smudge. Very faint. Burnham: Sc, 12.3mv.
NGC 375611h 36m 48s54 18' 0"11.54.4pF, L, lELittle TychoC-82015/Apr/28 21:34:59An very faint blob. I was surprised to see it in tonight's moonwashed skies.
NGC 376911h 37m 42s47 54' 0"123.2pB, S, pmELBRPC-112012/Apr/13 22:26:20A faint, oblong patch. Gradually brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb, 12.5mv, DSO Browser: SBb, 11.8mv
NGC 378011h 39m 24s56 16' 0"123.1pF, L, vlE, vgbM, rLBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:39:40A medium sized, very faint smudge. Burnham: Sc, 12.6mv
NGC 380411h 40m 54s56 12' 0"132.4pB, ELBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:46:26A small, faint galaxy with a 13.2mv star very close. HNGC: Sc, 13.0mv.
NGC 381011h 41m 0s11 28' 0"10.84.3B, L, vlELBRPC-112011/Jun/3 22:51:38A nice, bright galaxy. 2:3 elongation. Not much of a nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 381311h 41m 18s36 33' 0"11.72.3cB, pL, pmE 83deg , bMLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 22:10:2An oblong streak with no pronounced nucleus. B:Sb, 12.6mv. WikiSky image shows an obvious nucleus.
NGC 383811h 44m 12s57 57' 0"131.7pB, cS, E, psbM *12LBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00 A very faint face on (Sc?) there was only a very small nucleus. Burnham: Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 387211h 45m 48s13 46' 0"11.72.2B, S, R, smbM *LBRPC-112011/May/5 22:4:12A tiny, bright galaxy. Best in the 12.5.
NGC 387711h 46m 6s47 30' 0"125.4B, L, mE 37degLBRPC-112011/May/5 21:50:12A nice, edge on galxy. Bright.
NGC 387711h 46m 6s47 30' 0"125.4B, L, mE 37degLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 22:27:16A faint, oblong, patch.
NGC 388711h 47m 6s-16 51' 0"11.03.3pB, L, iR, vgpmbMLittle TychoC-82012/Jan/31 3:25:43Seen only in the 12.5, with telescope movement in dec. A most gossamer smudge. This would be much better in darker skies.
NGC 390011h 49m 12s27 1' 0"11.43.5B, pL, vlE 0deg +/- , bMNLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 22:5:18A faint, round spot. E0? Burnham: SBb, 12.5mv. I saw only the nucleus.
NGC 390411h 49m 12s-29 17' 0"11.02.2pB, S, R, mbMSAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:50:1A face on spiral. Bright nucleus. Burnham: E3, WkikSky: E.
NGC 392311h 51m 0s-28 48' 0"10.12.9B, pL, lE, gmbM, r, vS* sp invSAOC-112013/Mar/14 2:50:16A bright nucleus, surrounded by a fainter elliptical envelope. Nice galaxy. Burnham: E4.
NGC 394111h 52m 54s36 59' 0"113.8vB, pL, R, smbM *9LBRPC-112010/Jun/7 22:43:21A bright, starlike nucleus, surrounded by a uniform, faint haze. Seyfert? Seyfert, as per Shi, et at, ApJ,J http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010ApJ...714..115S.
NGC 394511h 53m 12s60 41' 0"10.65.5B, pL, R, gmbM, r, *12 spLBRPC-112010/Jun/7 22:52:16A bright nucleus surrounded by a round halo. E0? Burnham: SO/SBa.
NGC 394911h 53m 42s47 52' 0"11.03.0cB, pL, pmE, vgbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 22:29:12A lovely, bright galaxy. Sc or SBc? Burnham: Sb/Sc.
NGC 395311h 53m 48s52 20' 0"10.16.6cB, L, E 0deg +/- , vsbMLrNLBC-112009/May/12 21:15:00A faint, uniform smudge. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 396211h 54m 42s-13 58' 0"10.62.9cB, pL, iR, gmbM, triangle 2 stLittle TychoC-82011/Mar/28 23:3:38A very faint smudge, visible only in the 12.5.
NGC 396311h 55m 0s58 30' 0"122.8pF, cL, R, vg, sbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/19 3:44:54A slight brightening of the background sky. That it was seen at all attests to the darkness of tonight's sky.
NGC 397611h 56m 0s6 45' 0"123.9B, pL, cE 30deg , vsmbMNLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 21:43:28A faint glow, barely visible in the 18mm. It's pretty near the horizon, in the Damascus dome of light. Darker skies would help. Wikisky, Burnham: edge on spiral.
NGC 398311h 56m 24s23 53' 0"15cF, cS, R, psbMLittle BennettC-112009/May/12 22:15:00 A faint smudge. Me: Barred spiral? Burnham: Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 398211h 56m 30s55 8' 0"122.5B, pL, R, g, sbM discLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 21:31:41A small (2') but bright, round galaxy. E0?. B:Sb, Wikisky: face on.
NGC 399211h 57m 36s53 23' 0"9.87.6cB, vL, pmE, sbMBrN; = M109LBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00Large, faint ellipse, with a small, bright nucleus. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 399211h 57m 36s53 23' 0"9.87.6cB, vL, pmE, sbMBrN; = M109Little TychoC-82013/May/2 21:48:33With 160x, the nucleus is faintly visible. With 111x, the outer envelope is barely seen, but only with telescope movement.
NGC 399011h 57m 36s55 28' 0"12.61.7pF, S, lE, pslbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/19 4:1:51A very faint smudge. Dark night!
NGC 399811h 57m 54s55 27' 0"10.63.1cB, pS, R, vg, smbMLBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00 Small, with a bright nucleus. An E3? E2 or S0: Burnham. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 400811h 58m 18s28 12' 0"12.02.5pB, pS, E, psbM, * inv nLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 22:1:49A small, faint patch in the 30mm. Burnham: E5, S0, 12.9mv.
NGC 401311h 58m 30s43 57' 0"125.2B, cL, mE 62deg , vsvmbM *10LBRPC-112013/Apr/13 23:59:36A small, faint galaxy, with a 12.4mv star very close by. Burnham: Sb, 12.7mv.
IC 75011h 58m 54s42 43' 0"11.82.9pB, L, lE 35deg , bMLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 21:49:0A faint patch, with I 749 even fainter between it and the 8.6mv star in the field.
NGC 402611h 59m 24s50 58' 0"125.1vB, cL, mE 176deg , vsvmbMBNLBRPC-112012/Apr/13 21:22:4A nice bright galaxy with a compact nucleus and a hazy envelop with a bit of mottling in it. Burnham: E8/S0, 11.9mv. Internet images show no mottling, it was a physiological effect of my eye.
NGC 403012h 0m 24s-1 6' 0"124.3cB, L, vlE, psmbM, B st nrPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00Small, brighter nucleus surrounded by a uniform envelope.
NGC 403612h 1m 24s61 54' 0"10.64.5vB, vL, ELBRPC-112010/Jun/7 22:57:4A lovely galaxy, with 4041 in the same field. It's the larger of the two, with an elongated envelope and a small nucleus.
NGC 403812h 1m 54s-18 52' 0"10.72.6pB, cL, R, vgbMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00With 4039, the "antenna" galaxies in Corvus. No sign of the faint "antenna", but the galaxies themselves showed a wealth of mottled detail, and looked much like their pictures.
NGC 403912h 1m 54s-18 53' 0"133.2pF, pLPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00With 4039, the "antenna" galaxies in Corvus. No sign of the faint "antenna", but the galaxies themselves showed a wealth of mottled detail, and looked much like their pictures.
NGC 404112h 2m 12s62 8' 0"11.12.8B, cL, R, g, psvmbMrNLBRPC-112010/Jun/7 23:0:7A small spiral wih a bright nucleus. In the same field as N 4036.
NGC 405112h 3m 12s44 32' 0"10.35.0B, vL, E, vgvsmbM *11LBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00A faint face on SC. Burnham: Sb/Sc. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 406212h 4m 6s31 54' 0"11.24.3pB, vL, mE 97deg , vgbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 23:17:16A faint smudge. Face on Sc? Burnham: Sb/Sc. WikiSky: Elongated 1:3.
NGC 406412h 4m 12s18 27' 0"11.54.5B, E, gbMLBRPC-112011/May/5 22:10:10A nice tilted spiral.
NGC 408512h 5m 24s50 21' 0"12.32.8B, pL, pmE 78deg , vsbMLBRPC-112012/Apr/14 0:21:6An oblong smudge. NGC 4088 is also in the field. Burnham: Sb/Sc, 12.8mv.
NGC 408812h 5m 36s50 33' 0"10.55.8B, cL, E 55deg , lbMLBC-112009/May/12 22:15:00A faint, elongated smudge. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 409612h 6m 0s47 29' 0"10.66.5pB, vL, mE 32degLBRPC-112010/Jun/7 23:8:58A large, faint, elongated smudge, with no discernable nucleus. Sd? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 410012h 6m 12s49 35' 0"125.2pB, vL, vmE 161deg , vgvlbMLBRPC-112013/Apr/14 0:3:30A large, edge on spiral. Faint, but not hard to see. Burnham: Sb/Sc, 11.9mv.
NGC 410212h 6m 24s52 43' 0"123.2B, pS, R, bMBN, *12 sp, vnrLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 22:58:5An easily seen fuzzy patch in the 12.5. Round, E or face on Sa? Simbad DB: Sb. DSS image shows a round core surrounded by an elliptical disk, The disk was undetected.
NGC 411112h 7m 6s43 4' 0"10.84.8vB, pS, mE 151degPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00 A lovely little edge on. With a bright small nucleus and a hazy disk. Sb? (Burnham: S0)
NGC 412512h 8m 6s65 11' 0"9.85.1pB, pL, cE, mbMLittle TychoC-82010/May/31 0:39:59A meer smudge in tonight's moonwashed sky.
NGC 412312h 8m 12s2 53' 0"11.24.5cF, vL, E 90deg +/- , bMNLBRPC-112011/May/5 22:20:5A very faint, large, smudge.
NGC 412412h 8m 12s10 23' 0"124.6pB, pL, mE 118deg , bM, r; = IC 3011LBRPC-112011/May/5 22:17:25A bright, bar like nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 412812h 8m 14.3s68 47' 9"150.40x0.312.6Little TychoC-82017/Feb/4 3:12:59Barely glimpsed. The stars around it were much more easily seen.
NGC 412812h 8m 14.3s68 47' 9"150.40x0.312.6Little TychoC-82017/Apr/18 22:14:28A faint smudge was seen at the predicted spot. NA shows two NGC 4128s?
NGC 413312h 8m 36s74 56' 0"13pB, cL, R, gmbMLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 23:32:0A very faint round blob. Face on Sc? Burnham: SBb.
NGC 413812h 9m 30s43 41' 0"122.9B, pL, lE, vgbM, * npLBRPC-112011/May/5 22:31:12A bright, small galaxy, with a mottled halo. Almost edge on.
NGC 413812h 9m 30s43 41' 0"122.9B, pL, lE, vgbM, * npLittle TychoC-82013/Feb/12 3:24:42A faint, but obvious patch in tonight's clear, unsteady skies.
NGC 414312h 9m 36s42 32' 0"122.9cB, R, vg, vsbMNLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 23:5:33Fairly bright galaxy, 2:3 elongation, E4? Burnham: E4.
NGC 414512h 10m 0s39 53' 0"11.05.8B, vL, vglbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 23:23:3A very faint patch. Hard to see, even with tonight's clear sky. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 415112h 10m 30s39 24' 0"10.45.9vB, S, R, vsmbMBN, p of 2PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00An obvious Seyfert, with a bright, starlike nucleus. NGC 4156 is just NE of 4151.
NGC 415112h 10m 30s39 24' 0"10.45.9vB, S, R, vsmbMBN, p of 2Little TychoC-82016/Apr/24 0:27:17A galaxy with a very bright nucleus. Like a fuzzy star. Best in the 9mm.
NGC 415012h 10m 36s30 24' 0"11.72.5B, S, R, pgmbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/15 0:14:34A small, round galaxy with a bright nucleus. E2? Burnham: E2, 12.6mv.
NGC 415612h 10m 48s39 28' 0"13.01.5pF, S, E, vgbM, f of 2PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint galaxy NE of NGC 4156.
NGC 416212h 11m 54s24 7' 0"11.52.5B, L, iE, bMLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 23:33:38A faint patch without much nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 416512h 12m 12s13 15' 0"13.61.5eF, *10 np, 4168 f; = IC 3035PinnaclesC-112011/May/29 22:58:45A small smudge next to N 4168. WikiSky: SBb?
NGC 416812h 12m 18s13 12' 0"11.32.8pB, pL, iF, psbM, r, * invPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 22:57:49Looks like an E0 or E1 to me. As per the NGC. Burnham: E0 or E1.
NGC 417912h 12m 54s1 18' 0"10.94.2pB, pS, pmE 135deg +/- , bMNPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00This galaxy was too faint to see.
NGC 417912h 12m 54s1 18' 0"10.94.2pB, pS, pmE 135deg +/- , bMNLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 21:12:27A very faint star when viewed directly, a circular patch averted. E0? (Burnham: E8 / S0 edge on. The envelope was not visible)
NGC 419212h 13m 48s14 54' 0"10.19.5B, vL, vmE 152deg , vsvmbM; = M98PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00 This looks like an edge on Sc (Burnham: Sb), with a faint elongated disc and a bright round nucleus. It's best at low power (72x, 56mm), becoming diffuse in the 18mm.
IC 306112h 15m 6s14 2' 0"13.62.3F, pL, spiralPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint smudge 10' NW of N 4212.
NGC 420312h 15m 6s33 12' 0"10.73.6vB, S, R, psmbMLBRPC-112010/Jun/7 23:17:33A small, bright elliptical, next to a bright star. Burnham: E3/SO.
NGC 420612h 15m 18s13 2' 0"12.15.2F, vmEPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00Not in Burnham.
NGC 421412h 15m 36s36 20' 0"9.77.9cB, cL, iE, biNBC-82008/Mar/17 03:00:00Not visible.
NGC 421412h 15m 36s36 20' 0"9.77.9cB, cL, iE, biNLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 22:36:10A large, dim, somewhat elongated and mottled blob. Sc or Sd? Burnham: 10.5mv Irr/Spiral. Wikipedia: 10.2mv Dwarf SB.
NGC 422812h 15m 38.8s36 19' 39"9.88.00x6.614.0Little TychoC-82016/Jan/11 3:54:20A large, extremly low contrast blob.
NGC 421212h 15m 42s13 54' 0"11.23.0B, L, E 107deg, g, sbM, rPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint, elongated galaxy, looks like an Sc (Burnham: Sc), with a rather faint nucleus. The very faint galaxy IC 3016 is 10' NW.
NGC 421712h 15m 50.59s47 5' 24"11.25.20x1.513.3Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/24 0:6:49See NGC 4220.
NGC 421612h 15m 54s13 9' 0"10.08.3vB, vL, vmE 17deg , sbMNPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00A lovely, diaphanous, faint streak of light with a bright, almost stellar nucleus.
NGC 422012h 16m 11.8s47 52' 59"11.43.90x1.513.1Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/24 0:6:49A nice edge on spiral. In the same field are NGC 4248 a faint, but obvious blob. NGC 4231 and 4232 were also glimpsed, both faint small blobs. NGC 4217 is a faint, oblong blob, almost blotted out by a nearby 12.0mv star. NGC 4226 is faint, and tiny, like an out of focus star.
NGC 422612h 16m 26.29s47 1' 32"13.51.00x0.512.6Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/24 0:6:49See NGC 4220.
NGC 422412h 16m 36s7 28' 0"11.82.4pB, pS, lE, gbM, rLBRPC-112013/Apr/14 0:10:15A tiny, but bright, streak. Edge on spiral. Burnham: Sa/Sb, 12.8mv.
NGC 423612h 16m 42s69 28' 0"9.718.6vF, eL, mE 160deg +/- , vgbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/2 23:57:7Large, but very faint. Sc or Sd? Burnham: SB.
NGC 423112h 16m 48.89s47 27' 29"13.61.20x1.113.8Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/24 0:6:49See NGC 4220.
NGC 423212h 16m 49s47 26' 20"13.61.30x0.713.5Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/24 0:6:49See NGC 4220.
NGC 423512h 17m 12s7 11' 0"11.64.3pB, pL, pmE, bM, p of 2LBRPC-112012/Mar/15 0:28:14A faint blob, hard to see in tonight's somewhat washed out skies. Burnham: Sa, 12.7mv.
NGC 423712h 17m 12s15 19' 0"11.72.3pB, pL, lE, vgbM, rLBRPC-112012/Mar/15 0:33:39A faint, large, oval blob. Burnham: Sb/Sc, 12.6mv.
NGC 424412h 17m 30s37 49' 0"10.216.2pB, vL, eE 43deg , vgbMPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00 A faint streak in the sky, with almost uniform brightness throughout. It was slightly brighter towards the middle, but not nearly as much so as other spirals. The nucleus is hardly visible.
NGC 424212h 17m 30s45 37' 0"11.04.8vF, cL, iR, vgbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 0:4:46Not visible in tonight's hazy skies. Low surface brightness.
NGC 424212h 17m 30s45 37' 0"11.04.8vF, cL, iR, vgbM, rSAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:19:1A very faint but large amorphous blob. Indisctinct nucleus. WikySky: Sd. Burnham: S.
NGC 424512h 17m 36s29 36' 0"11.43.3cB, pL, vlE, smbM, rLittle TychoC-82012/Dec/19 4:38:32An extremely faint smudge, visible only when the telescope moved.
NGC 424812h 17m 50.39s47 24' 33"12.52.90x1.213.7Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/24 0:6:49See NGC 4220.
NGC 425112h 18m 8.4s28 10' 31"10.73.60x1.512.4Little TychoC-82015/Mar/18 3:17:34A bright nucleus surrounded by a fainter, round envelope. Tonight's seeing is excellent, but only Pickering 6. Aladin, DSS: It's an edge on spiral. I only saw the nucleus.
NGC 425612h 18m 42s65 54' 0"124.6pB, L, cE 38deg , bMBNLBRPC-102011/Jul/1 23:11:15A faint streak without a pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 425412h 18m 48s14 25' 0"9.85.4!! B, L, R, gbM, r, 3-branched spiral; = M99PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 An elliptical patch in the sky. The nucleus is indistinct, and the patch is mottled.
NGC 425412h 18m 48s14 25' 0"9.85.4!! B, L, R, gbM, r, 3-branched spiral; = M99LBRPC-112011/Jun/29 23:0:34A large, bright hazy disk with a diffuse nucleus.
NGC 425812h 19m 0s47 18' 0"8.318.2vB, vL, vmE 0deg , sbMBN; = M106PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00An almost edge on Sc(?). Stellar nucleus barely seen. Burnham lists this as being an Sb, and as NGC 4258, not M 106.
NGC 425812h 19m 0s47 18' 0"8.318.2vB, vL, vmE 0deg , sbMBN; = M106PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 An almost (~ 70° tilt) edge on Sb spiral, with only a hint of mottling in the arms.
NGC 425812h 19m 0s47 18' 0"8.318.2vB, vL, vmE 0deg , sbMBN; = M106Little TychoC-82013/Apr/5 22:18:40An elongated smudge, in the N-S direction, truncated to the southern side.
NGC 426112h 19m 24s5 49' 0"10.33.9pB, pS, R, gbMPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A bright, round, elliptical. Burnham: E2.
NGC 426012h 19m 24s6 6' 0"11.82.6pB, E, psbMPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A dim streak in position angle approximately 45°. (Burnham: SBc)
NGC 426212h 19m 30s14 53' 0"11.52.2B, S, R, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/29 22:55:47A small, bright galaxy. Elliptical?
NGC 426412h 19m 36s5 51' 0"12.91.1F, pS, R, gbMPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A faint blob.
NGC 426812h 19m 48s5 17' 0"12.71.6pF, S, 2nd of 6 nebPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:25:00Large and faint. Simbad (French site): S0.
NGC 427012h 19m 48s5 28' 0"12.22.2pB, S, RPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:21:00Spiral? In a loose cluster of galaxies, a clump in the Virgo cluster? Burnham: S0/Sa.
NGC 426912h 19m 48s6 1' 0"141.5pF, S, R, *9 f 1s .7, n 85"PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A fuzzy 13th mv star, just south of a 7.7 mv field star. Not in Burnham. Looks like an elliptical in its Sloan photo.
NGC 426712h 19m 48s12 48' 0"10.93.5pB, vS, R, vsmbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 22:35:36A small galaxy, much brighter in the middle. E0? Burnham: E2/S0.
NGC 427412h 19m 48s29 37' 0"10.46.9vB, vL, E 90deg , mbMNLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 21:48:6A face on spiral? Sa or Sb? (Burnham: Sb. WikiSky: a round nucleus surrounded by an elliptical ring.)
NGC 427312h 19m 54s5 21' 0"11.92.3pB, L, E, gbMPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:21:00Spiral? As per the NGC. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 427712h 20m 6s5 21' 0"13.50.9vF, eSPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:23:00A faint galaxy, next to NGC 4273. WolframAlpha: SB0 or SBa.
NGC 427812h 20m 6s29 17' 0"10.23.6vB, pL, R, mbM, r, 1st of 3PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A small galaxy with a very bright nucleus. N 4283 is around 5' NE of N 4278
NGC 428312h 20m 18s29 19' 0"12.01.4B, S, R, bM, 2nd of 3PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint galaxy NE of NGC 4278. Both are ellipticals.
NGC 429112h 20m 18s75 22' 0"122.2pB, vS, R, lbM, 3 st fLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 23:15:20A faint halo surrounding a bright, starlike nucleus. Seyfert? Burnham: E1.
NGC 428112h 20m 24s5 23' 0"11.33.1B, vL, R, pgbMPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:20:32As per the NGC. Burnham: E6/S0. 4273 is almost as bright, as is 4270. Spirals all? 4277 is a bit fainter. There seems to be galaxy between 4277 and 4281. WikiSky: Nothing found. 4268 is large and faint. WikiSky: Smaller than other galaxies, but with a larger nucleus.
NGC 429012h 20m 48s58 6' 0"122.5pB, L, R, gmbMLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 23:43:45A faint patch, almost invisible in the 12.5, and hard to see in the 30 and 25mm plossl. Burnham: SBa/SBb.
NGC 429312h 21m 12s18 23' 0"116.0F, vL, E, lbM, rSAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:40:52A lovely almost edge on. Slight mottling noticed. Burnham: Sa/pec, WikiSky: Elongated galaxy surrounded by a faint envelope.
NGC 431912h 21m 42s75 19' 0"123.1pB, pS, vlE, sbMLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 23:27:2A faint, ~ 4' blob. In the same field as 4291. Burnham: SBc.
NGC 430312h 21m 54s4 28' 0"9.76.0vB, vL, vsbM*, biN; = M61BC-82008/Mar/17 03:00:00M 61
NGC 431412h 22m 36s29 53' 0"10.54.8cB, L, E 150deg +/- , sbM, * npLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 21:51:51A nice, elongated spiral. (Burnham: SBa, with faint arms)
NGC 432112h 22m 54s15 49' 0"9.46.9!! pF, vL, R, vg, psbMrN, 2-br spir; = M100PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00An almost face on Sc. It has a bright nucleus, and a fainter, uniform disk, with the 24.5mm Ultrawide.
NGC 433812h 23m 6s28 55' 0"15vF, lE, com; = IC 3247PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00 Bright Elliptical in Virgo in a spectacular field with M84, M86 and N4387.
NGC 433312h 23m 24s6 2' 0"141.1F, pS, R, bM, 2nd of 3PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A faint spot.
NGC 434612h 23m 27.89s46 59' 38"11.23.20x1.312.7Staunton River Star PartyO-152017/Mar/24 0:23:47An edge on spiral with a bright nucleus, and faint envelop.
NGC 433912h 23m 36s6 5' 0"11.42.3B, pL, R, bM, 3rd of 3PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00An elliptical, position angle approximately 70°. (This position angle estimate is wrong).
NGC 434212h 23m 36s7 3' 0"141.1eF, vS, R; = IC 3256PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A faint, small smudge, with a brighter nucleus than NGC 4370
NGC 434012h 23m 36s16 43' 0"11.04.1pB, S, R, psbMPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:36:3Forms a nice pair with 4350. As per the NGC. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 434312h 23m 42s6 57' 0"12.12.8pF, S, E; D?PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A faint smudge.
NGC 434112h 24m 0s7 7' 0"14eF, vS, R; = IC 3260PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A dim, small patch, barely glimpsed.
NGC 435012h 24m 0s16 42' 0"11.13.2cB, vS, mE, vsbMPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:37:8A nice pair with 4340. As per the NGC. Burnham: E7.
NGC 436512h 24m 30s7 19' 0"116.2cB, pL, vlE, gl, smbMBC-82008/Mar/17 03:00:00An almost imperceptible smudge in tonight's moonwashed skies.
NGC 436512h 24m 30s7 19' 0"116.2cB, pL, vlE, gl, smbMPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A bright, compact, round E0. Sloan photos show the outer regions to be elliptical.
NGC 438612h 24m 30s75 32' 0"123.0pB, cL, lE, psmbMLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 23:28:58A small round smudge, brighter towards the center. E? Burnham: E0/S0.
NGC 437012h 24m 54s7 27' 0"141.6pF, pS, lE, bMPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A faint, small smudge. A 45° spiral? No. An edge on with a huge dust lane, like NGC 5128.
NGC 437112h 24m 54s11 42' 0"10.83.9B, pS, R, gbMPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:42:13A bright, round E0? Burnham: S0/SBa.
NGC 437412h 25m 6s12 53' 0"9.35.0vB, pL, R, psbM, r; = M84PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00 Bright Elliptical in Virgo in a spectacular field with M86, N4338 and N4387.
NGC 438212h 25m 24s18 11' 0"9.27.1vB, pL, R, bM, * np; = M85PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00AKA M85. M85 is a tilted spiral with a mottled disc. Looks like an Sc. (Burnham: S0a). N 4394 is another spiral galaxy 3' E of M85.
NGC 438912h 25m 36s45 41' 0"122.7pB, pL, iE, vglbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 22:30:55A faint, amorphus blob, slightly elongated. Sc or Sd? Burnham: 12.8mv SB/pec.
NGC 438512h 25m 42s0 34' 0"12.42.3vF, vS, alm stellPC-82007/May/11 23:00:00Very faint, NW of an 8th Magnitude star. K stars gives its magnitude as 13.2, Burnham (usually the more accurate source) gives it as 12.9. SS Virginis is about 1/2 degree North of NGC 4385.
NGC 438712h 25m 42s12 49' 0"12.01.9pF, vS, R, *13 90" np, np of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00An edge on spiral, with a bright middle.
NGC 439512h 25m 48s33 33' 0"10.212.9eF, vL, np of DnebLBRPC-112014/May/31 23:32:40A very large, very faint oblong (2:1) patch. Best in the 41mm.
NGC 439412h 25m 54s18 13' 0"10.93.9pB, lE, bMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint spiral just East of M 85.
NGC 440212h 26m 6s13 7' 0"11.74.1F, L, mE 90degPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A small edge on, very faint.
NGC 440612h 26m 12s12 57' 0"9.27.4vB, L, R, gbMN, r; = M86PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00 Bright Elliptical in Virgo in a spectacular field with M84, N4338 and N4387.
NGC 441412h 26m 24s31 13' 0"10.33.6vB, L, E, g, vsmbM *LBRPC-112010/Apr/14 21:45:2A bright galaxy. E0? (Burnham: an Sc!, confirmed by WikiSky)
NGC 441412h 26m 24s31 13' 0"10.33.6vB, L, E, g, vsmbM *LBRPC-112013/Jul/6 22:8:49The supernova was very faint, enmeshed in the galaxy's halo.
NGC 441912h 26m 54s15 3' 0"11.13.4B, pmE 135deg +/- , sbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 22:40:20A lovely galaxy, like a miniature M 81. Burnham: SB?, Simbad: SBa.
NGC 442112h 27m 0s15 28' 0"11.62.7pB, pL, pgbM, B* npLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 22:24:46A small, faint smudge. Perhaps I'm only seeing the nucleus of an Sc? Listed as a 12.6mv S0 by atlasoftheuniverse.com. I concur, it is dimmer than 11.6v.
NGC 442912h 27m 24s11 7' 0"10.25.5B, L, cE, psbM, *10 nfLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 22:1:52Round central region, bright nucleus, elongated envelope. Sb? (Burhnam: S0/Sa)
NGC 443512h 27m 42s13 5' 0"10.93.0vB, cL, R, np of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A bright, small elliptical. Forms a pair with NGC 4438.
NGC 443812h 27m 48s13 1' 0"10.19.3B, cL, vlE, r, sf of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 A faint, large, edge on spiral.
NGC 443812h 27m 48s13 1' 0"10.19.3B, cL, vlE, r, sf of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 An Sa peculiar, with a diaphanous outer envelope. The envelope wasn't seen, and it looks like a bright, small elliptical. Forms a pair with NGC 4435.
NGC 444212h 28m 6s9 48' 0"10.54.6vB, pL, R, smbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 22:7:1A lovely tilted spiral. (Burnham: E5/S0)
NGC 444612h 28m 12s13 55' 0"15eeF, pS, RPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 This galaxy, along with NGC 4447 which is almost on top of it, (perhaps they are interacting?) is the faintest galaxy I saw tonight. They were but a persistent glowing patch of sky background. HNGC lists them as 13.8 and 14 mv. I only located them because of their proximity to NGC 4459, and it's 8 mv star just south east.
NGC 444812h 28m 12s28 37' 0"11.14.0B, L, E 90deg , sbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 22:45:19An elongated spiral with a bright nucleus. Nice. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 444912h 28m 12s44 6' 0"9.45.1vB, cL, mE, D or bifid, rrr, *9 f 5'BC-82007/Jun/06 22:00:00A faint brightening of the sky glow. I was suprised I saw this irregular at all!
NGC 445012h 28m 30s17 5' 0"10.14.8B, L, R, gvmbM *, r, B* spLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 23:26:20A round envelope, with a bright mottled core. (Burnham: Sb)
NGC 446012h 28m 48s44 52' 0"124.4B, pL, E 123deg , psbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 22:19:23A nice, fairly bright, edge on. Burnham: E7.
NGC 445712h 29m 0s3 34' 0"10.83.0cB, pS, R, smbMNLittle TychoC-82011/May/10 1:19:32A very faint smudge, in tonight's hazy skies. Best in the 18, and found only with the finder chart.
NGC 446112h 29m 0s13 11' 0"11.23.7pF, S, R, bM, f of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00AKA NGC 4443. A small, bright elliptical (Burnham: S0). A pair with the fainter ngc 4458.
NGC 445812h 29m 0s13 15' 0"12.11.9pB, S, R, bM, p of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00Makes a pair with the brighter ngc 4461. HNGC lists this as 11.8 mv, but it looks fainter than that. It also lists it as an elliptical, but it was too faint for me to guess.
NGC 445912h 29m 0s13 59' 0"10.43.8pB, pL, iR, bM, r, *8 sf 2'PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 A bright spiral that blinks with the 8.1 mv K star just south east of it. When you look at the star the galaxy vanishes, when you look away from it, the galaxy appears to be only a bit dimmer than the star. The "blinking" galaxy!
NGC 446412h 29m 24s8 10' 0"12.71.1F, vS, R, pgbMPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 A faint, fuzzy starlike object. Brighter than 4467. Not in Burnham, but HRNGC lists it as a spiral. In the sloan survey photo, it looks like an S0.
NGC 446712h 29m 30s8 0' 0"14.50.7vF, vS, lEPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 An extremely faint smudge. HRNGC lists it as 14th mv! Surprising I saw it at all, but it's an elliptical, and these look like fuzzy stars, rather than extended nebulae.
NGC 446912h 29m 30s8 45' 0"123.9pF, pL, mE, bM, rPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A medium bright streak, in position angle approximately 70°. Burnham lists it as an edge on Sb.
NGC 446812h 29m 30s14 3' 0"13.01.5F, cLPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00An extremely faint galaxy, HNGC lists it as a 12.7 mv elliptical.
NGC 447012h 29m 36s7 49' 0"131.5F, pL, iR, bM; = IC 3417PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A faint, but distinct patch. A face on S0? Not in Burnham. NASA extragalactic Database lists it an an Sa(?).
NGC 447212h 29m 48s8 0' 0"8.48.9vB, L, R, mbM, r; = M49PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00AKA NGC 4472. A bright, compact elliptical. (E4, Burnham)
NGC 447312h 29m 48s13 26' 0"10.24.5pBPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A small elliptical with a bright middle.
NGC 447412h 29m 54s14 4' 0"11.82.3pF, R, rPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A small, round, faint galaxy. HRNGC lists it as 11.5 mv, "pretty faint". In the same field as NGC 4459 and NGC 4468.
NGC 447612h 30m 0s12 21' 0"12.31.9F, S, R, bM, 1st of 3PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00In the same field as M 87. An elliptical, but about four magnitudes fainter than M87.
NGC 447712h 30m 0s13 38' 0"10.44.0pB, cLPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A small elliptical with a faint middle.
NGC 447812h 30m 18s12 20' 0"11.22.0pB, S, R, psbM, 2nd of 3PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00In the same field as M 87. An elliptical, but about three magnitudes fainter than M87.
NGC 447912h 30m 18s13 35' 0"12.51.8pB, pLPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A very faint, small galaxy.
NGC 448512h 30m 30s41 42' 0"12.02.4B, pS, iR, np of 2LBRPC-112012/Feb/20 22:13:1A faint companion to NGC 4490. Appears to be an edge on. Wikisky: 4490 and 4485 are a pair of interacting galaxies. 4485 is not quite edge on.
NGC 449012h 30m 36s41 38' 0"9.85.9vB, vL, mE 130deg , r, sf of 2LBRPC-112010/Apr/10 22:24:43A bright, almost edge on Sc? Envelope mottled. A very interesting galaxy. (Sc: Burnham)
NGC 448612h 30m 48s12 24' 0"8.67.2vB, vL, R, mbM, 3rd of 3; = M87PC-82007/Apr/20 22:00:00A bright spherical blob, brighter towards the middle.
NGC 448612h 30m 48s12 24' 0"8.67.2vB, vL, R, mbM, 3rd of 3; = M87PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A bright elliptical with a small envelope. AKA M 87.
NGC 448812h 30m 54s8 22' 0"133.6vF, vS, lEPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00An extremely faint, 5 arc minute diameter glow. The Sloan photo shows an edge on spiral, with distended outer arms.
NGC 449212h 31m 0s8 5' 0"12.52.0pF, pL, vglbM, 2 st nr; = IC 3438PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A faint ellipse, position angle approximately 60°, with an 11.5 mv field star on top of it.
NGC 448712h 31m 6s-8 3' 0"114.1F, vL, erSAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:0:29A large, faint patch. Face on spiral? No pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc, WikiSky: Sc.
NGC 449412h 31m 24s25 47' 0"9.94.8vB, pL, R, vsmbMNLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 22:28:11An elliptical or face on Sa. Bright nucleus, with a uniformly bright disk. (E1: Burnham)
NGC 450112h 32m 0s14 25' 0"9.56.9B, vL, vmE; = M88PC-82007/Mar/20 10:30:00A minature M31, but a bit less tilted. Quite nice. There is a double of 11th or 12th Mv stars just south that looks like another galaxy.
NGC 450112h 32m 0s14 25' 0"9.56.9B, vL, vmE; = M88PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A bright spiral like NGC 253, with a bright middle. AKA M 88.
NGC 450312h 32m 6s11 11' 0"11.13.5pB, S, R, gbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 22:49:44A small, fairly bright patch. E3? B:E2/S0.
NGC 450612h 32m 12s13 25' 0"141.6cF, pmE 90deg +/- , gbM, *9 p 8sPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00Another faint spiral, beyond the C-8. HNGC lists it as 12.8 mv.
NGC 451712h 32m 48s0 7' 0"10.510.2cB, vL, vmE 89deg , pB* in contPinnaclesC-112011/May/29 23:53:4A large, faint smudge, with an 11.5mv star involved. Hard to find. Burnham: edge on Sc.
NGC 451612h 33m 6s14 34' 0"141.9F, pS, R, rPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00HNGC lists this as a 12.5 mv spiral. It's too faint for the C-8.
NGC 451912h 33m 30s8 39' 0"11.73.1F, pL, R, bM, rPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A 3 arc minute, dim, round blob. (Burnham: SBc)
NGC 452612h 34m 0s7 42' 0"9.67.2vB, vL, mE 120deg +/- , psmbM, bet 2 st 7mPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 A bright, large almost face on Sc spiral (?) with a small nucleus, between 2 7 mv stars. position angle approximately 120. (the faint outer arms, easily seen in photos, were washed out by the stars) (Burnham: E7/ S0)
NGC 452612h 34m 0s7 42' 0"9.67.2vB, vL, mE 120deg +/- , psmbM, bet 2 st 7mLittle TychoC-82010/Mar/20 2:15:27There is a star about 1/6 of a field (12.5mm) south of the galaxy, not shown on my finder chart. WikiSky: It's 13.35mv.
NGC 452612h 34m 0s7 42' 0"9.67.2vB, vL, mE 120deg +/- , psmbM, bet 2 st 7mLittle TychoC-82016/May/13 23:7:12A bright galaxy,easily seen despite tonight's moonlight.
NGC 456012h 34m 2.8s7 41' 56"9.37.00x2.512.7Little TychoC-82016/Mar/9 1:31:29A faint (of course!) elliptical smudge, in pa 300.
NGC 452712h 34m 6s2 39' 0"10.46.3pB, L, pmE 69deg , mbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 23:44:18A streak in the sky, brighter in the middle. (Burnham: N_4527)
NGC 453512h 34m 18s8 12' 0"9.86.8pF, vL, r, spiral nebPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 A large, dim, globular. The stars were resolved with averted vision. Wrong! It's a face on SBc spiral (Burnham)! The patchy arms looked starlike.
NGC 453112h 34m 18s13 5' 0"133.0F, pL, R, vgbMPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A very faint smudge. HNGC lists it as "faint", 11.7 mv. In general, spirals without bright middles are hard to see.
NGC 453612h 34m 30s2 11' 0"10.47.4B, vL, mE 110deg , sbM, erPinnaclesC-112011/May/30 0:15:43Nice, mottled spiral. As per the NGC. Burnham: Sc/SBc.
NGC 454812h 35m 24s14 30' 0"10.25.4B, L, lE, lbM; = M91PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A large, face on Sc, with a bright middle. Burnham: an SBb. Wiki Sky lists this as M 91.
NGC 454612h 35m 30s-3 48' 0"10.33.5vB, cL, pmE 78deg , vsmbMNLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 23:50:55A bright, tiny galaxy. Seyfert? Burnham: E6/S0. A peculiar galaxy with counter rotating regions!
NGC 455012h 35m 30s12 13' 0"11.63.5pB, S, vlE, sp of 2LBRPC-112012/Mar/15 0:38:13A nice, bright elongated 2:1 galaxy. Makes a nice pair with NGC 4551, also in the same field. Burnham: E0/S7, 12.6mv.
NGC 455112h 35m 36s12 16' 0"11.92.0pB, S, R, bM, nf of 2LBRPC-112012/Mar/15 10:30:24 A round patch 3' NNE of NGC 4550. A nice pair of galaxies. Burnham: E3.
NGC 455212h 35m 42s12 33' 0"9.84.2pB, pS, R, gmbM; = M89PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A small, bright round elliptical with a bright middle. AKA M 89.
NGC 455912h 36m 0s27 58' 0"9.910.5vB, vL, mE 150deg , gbM, 3 st fPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A large irregular blob. dim but quite mottled, with no distinct nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 456512h 36m 18s25 59' 0"9.616.2B, eL, eE 135deg , vsbMN = *10-11PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:0080x: A faint but distinct streak, with sharp edges. Bright middle, and the dust lane was barely visible with averted vision.
NGC 456512h 36m 18s25 59' 0"9.616.2B, eL, eE 135deg , vsbMN = *10-11PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 This superb edge on gives the illusion of having the edges of its spiral arms appear to be spread out, which photos prove does not happen.
NGC 456512h 36m 18s25 59' 0"9.616.2B, eL, eE 135deg , vsbMN = *10-11Little TychoC-82012/Mar/27 2:15:51A faint, but obvious, streak in tonight's clear, steady sky.
NGC 456512h 36m 18s25 59' 0"9.616.2B, eL, eE 135deg , vsbMN = *10-11SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:53:42Beautiful! Bright nucleus, disk an obvious streak of light, and the dark lane was glimpsed.
NGC 456512h 36m 18s25 59' 0"9.616.2B, eL, eE 135deg , vsbMN = *10-11Big Bend Nat ParkO-152016/Feb/4 3:58:25A bright streak in the sky. Bright, almost starlike nucleus, truncated at the eastern side by the dark lane. Nothing seen beyond the dark lane.
NGC 456412h 36m 24s11 26' 0"11.13.1pB, S, lE, psbMPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 A small, uniformly bright spot. It looks like a faint planetary nebula. Burnham lists it as an E6, and its WikiSky photo confirms this. The nucleus does look round. Next time more power than 36x needs to be applied.
NGC 456812h 36m 36s11 14' 0"10.84.6vF, L, sf of DnebPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 A pair of galaxies, with NGC 4567 an arc minute to the north. At 36x, these looked like a single galaxy. They need to be re-examined with higher power.
NGC 456812h 36m 36s11 14' 0"10.84.6vF, L, sf of DnebLittle TychoC-82013/May/4 22:17:40A very faint patch. Best in the 18, almost invisible in the 24 or the 12.5.
NGC 456912h 36m 48s13 10' 0"9.59.5pL, bMN; = M90PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00An Andromeda like spiral, but much smaller! Bright middle. AKA M90.
NGC 457012h 36m 54s7 15' 0"10.94.1cB, pS, mE 0deg +/- , sbMrNPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 A streak with a bright middle, position angle approximately 170°. Sb spiral? (Burnham: E8/S0)
NGC 457012h 36m 54s7 15' 0"10.94.1cB, pS, mE 0deg +/- , sbMrNLittle TychoC-82016/May/13 23:9:32A galaxy elongated in the n-s direction. Easily seen, despite tonight's moonlight.
NGC 458912h 37m 24s74 12' 0"123.0cB, L, lE, pgmbMLBRPC-112012/Feb/20 21:50:14A nice, fairly bright, face on Sa or E3 galaxy. Burnham: E2/S0.
NGC 457912h 37m 42s11 49' 0"9.85.4B, L, iR, vmbM, r; = M58PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00AKA M 58. A bright, face on Sb/Sa/E0/? Burnham lists it as an Sb.
NGC 458412h 38m 18s13 7' 0"141.5vF, S, RPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00Too faint for my C-8. HNGC lists it as 12.8 mv spiral, but that's spread over a couple of square arc minutes of sky.
NGC 458612h 38m 30s4 19' 0"11.64.4pB, L, E, psbMLBRPC-112012/Jun/16 23:23:37A large but very faint brightening of the night sky
NGC 459312h 39m 39.29s-5 20' 38"10.93.90x2.913.4Little TychoC-82015/May/10 21:35:40A faint smudge, invisible in the 24mm, barely seen in the 15 and 9mm.
NGC 459612h 39m 54s10 11' 0"10.53.9B, pS, R, gmbM, r, 3 st fPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 A spiral with a bright middle, half a degree west of 5th magnitude ρ Vir. Burnham lists it as an S0/SBa. NGC 4608 is between ρ and NGC 4596.
NGC 459412h 40m 0s-11 37' 0"8.38.9!, vB, vL, eE 92deg, vsmbMN; = M 104BC-82008/Apr/15 03:15:00 AKA M 104. A difficult object in tonight's moonwashed skies. I missed it altogether two nights ago. It was a faint, small (7 arc minute) streak slightly brighter towards the middle. It would be superb in dark skies.
NGC 459412h 40m 0s-11 37' 0"8.38.9!, vB, vL, eE 92deg, vsmbMN; = M 104Little TychoC-82011/Apr/28 21:42:16Even in these light polluted skies, one can make out the bright nucleus and orientation of the disk. No hint of a dark lane, though.
NGC 460512h 40m 0s61 37' 0"115.5B, L, vmE 118deg , glbMLittle TychoC-82010/Apr/6 21:21:38The very faintest of smudges against this fairly dark (for this light polluted sky) sky. Without the finder chart, I would have seen nothing.
NGC 460612h 41m 0s11 55' 0"11.92.8vF, pS, E, 2 or 3 vS st invPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A faint, small, smudge. It looks like an Sb in it's WikiSky photo. There was no sign of the companion galaxy, NGC 4607, an edge on Sc of 13th mv.
NGC 460812h 41m 12s10 9' 0"11.13.2pB, pL, R, psbM, r, *12 np 1'PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A spiral between NGC 4596 and ρ Vir. Burnham lists it as an A0/Sba. It's nucleus is fainter than NGC 4596's.
NGC 461812h 41m 30s41 9' 0"10.84.4B, L, E, mbM, curved branch nLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 0:13:34A faint Sc? Burnham: Sc/pec.
IC_366712h 41m 33s41 9' 4"10.84.20x3.413.5Little TychoC-82016/Mar/9 1:50:0A very low contrast smudge in the sky. Best in the 15mm, visible only in the 9mm when the telescope was moved.
NGC 462112h 42m 0s11 39' 0"9.85.1B, pL, lE, vsvmbM, 2 st p; = M59PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00AKA M 59. Like a fuzzy star. Small but bright. I suspected it was a Seyfert, Burnham notes it is a massive elliptical, but considerably smaller than the milky way.
NGC 463112h 42m 6s32 32' 0"9.315.1!, vB, vL, eE 70deg +/- , bMN, *12 att nLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 22:37:24A large, very elongated streak with what seemed to be sharply delinated edges. The left edge was quite bright. (Edge on Sc. Left edge was the nucleus.)
NGC 463612h 42m 48s2 41' 0"9.66.2B, L, iR, vgvmbM, rLBRPC-112010/Apr/10 23:57:20A bright elliptical. (E1, Burnham)
NGC 463812h 42m 48s11 26' 0"11.32.8F, R, gbMPC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 A faint, almost star like, galaxy. There was no sign of the much fainter NGC 4637. Both galaxies appear to be spirals on WikiSky's photographic atlas, although HNGC lists NGC 4638 as an elliptical. Burnham lists it as an E5/S0.
NGC 463912h 42m 54s13 15' 0"11.52.9pB, S, E, r, *12 sf 1'Little TychoC-82012/Feb/25 1:56:10An very faint smudge, seen only in the 18 when the telescope was slewed. Nearby NGC 4654 was more easily seen. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 464312h 43m 18s1 59' 0"10.63.4cB, pS, lE, mbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/3 23:55:37Bright nucleus, off centered envelop. Burnham: SBa. WikiSky: No asymmetry seen.
NGC 464912h 43m 42s11 33' 0"8.87.2vB, pL, R, f of Dneb; = M60PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00AKAM 60. A bright elliptical, with fainter NGC 4647 just 3 arc minutes or so away to the north west. I suspect that the two are interacting, but photos do not show any significant distortion of the outer envelopes. A chance line up? Hard to tell. I saw both galaxies as spirals, but only NGC 4647 is. Burnham lists it as an Sc.
NGC 465112h 43m 42s16 24' 0"10.73.8cB, L, E 90deg , gbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 22:56:46A small, bright smudge. E? Burnham: Sc (!).
NGC 465412h 44m 0s13 8' 0"10.54.7F, vL, pmE (D?), 3 st nr; = IC 3708PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A large, diffuse galaxy. Burnham lists it as an Sc.
NGC 465612h 44m 0s32 10' 0"10.413.8!, pB, L, vmE 34deg , sp of 2LBRPC-112011/Jun/4 0:0:20A very nice, if faint, edge on. About 10' long. B:I/pec. WikiSky: edge on with twisted ends.
NGC 466012h 44m 30s11 11' 0"11.02.8vB, S, vsvmbMNLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:1:29A small (3') galaxy with a bright, starlike nucleus. Seyfert? Burnham: E5, Internet: No mention of an active nucleus.
NGC 466612h 45m 6s-0 28' 0"10.84.5B, vL, mE 45deg +/- , psbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:4:58An almost edge on smudge.
NGC 462412h 45m 6.09s3 3' 19"10.53.50x3.513.1Little TychoC-82016/Mar/9 1:38:31A fairly faint smudge, best in the 15 and 9mm. It's 1.7' NE of a 10.8mv star.
NGC 466412h 45m 6.09s3 3' 19"10.53.50x3.513.1Little TychoC-82015/May/10 21:42:16Another faint smudge, but visible in the 24, 15, and 9mm. AKA NGC 4624.
NGC 466512h 45m 6.09s3 3' 19"10.53.50x3.513.1Little TychoC-82016/Mar/9 2:27:23The same as NGC 4624.
NGC 468912h 47m 48s13 46' 0"10.94.0pB, vL, E, vglbM, rLBRP18 obs2011/Jun/6 23:16:51A large, barely visible, smudge. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 469112h 48m 12s-3 20' 0"11.23.2pB, pL, E 90deg +/- , mbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:21:29A small, almost edge on spiral. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 469812h 48m 24s8 29' 0"10.74.3cB, pL, iR, bM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:28:8A bright nucleus, surrounded by an amorphous halo. Between 2 11mv stars. Sa/Sb.
NGC 469712h 48m 36s-5 48' 0"9.36.0vB, L, lE 45deg +/- , smbMNLittle TychoC-82010/Apr/9 23:12:54A very faint patch, without much brightening towards the center. Hard to see in tonight's light polluted, partly cloudy sky.
NGC 469612h 48m 48s-41 19' 0"10.73.5pB, L, R, gbM, rSAOC-112013/Mar/14 4:21:13A faint, amorphous smudge. Face on spiral? Burnham: E1, Wikisky: E2.
NGC 469912h 49m 0s-8 40' 0"9.63.5vB, R, vmbMrN, rLBRPC-112010/Apr/11 0:26:51Looks like a distant globular. Probably an E0. Bright. (Burnham: Sa/Sb, Looks like Sa to me on WikiSky.)
NGC 471012h 49m 36s15 10' 0"11.05.1cB, pL, vmE 28deg , sbMNLittle TychoC-82012/Feb/25 2:15:29A faint patch, about 2' in size. Near a 13mv star not on the chart. WikiSky: an edge on galaxy like NGC 3115.
NGC 471212h 49m 36s25 28' 0"13.02.6vF, pLPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A very faint, medium sized blob. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 472512h 50m 24s25 30' 0"9.211.0vB, vL, E, vg, vsvmbMeBNPC-82007/Apr/20 10:30:00 This galaxy has a uniform disk, which is slightly mottled. The nucleus is almost stellar.
NGC 472512h 50m 24s25 30' 0"9.211.0vB, vL, E, vg, vsvmbMeBNPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A medium sized slightly elliptical face on Sb (?). Burnham: SBb.
NGC 473612h 50m 54s41 7' 0"8.211.0vB, L, iR, vsvmbMBN, r; = M94PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00Bright nucleus, pale disc, a hint of spiral structure seen.
NGC 473612h 50m 54s41 7' 0"8.211.0vB, L, iR, vsvmbMBN, r; = M94BC-82008/Apr/02 23:00:00A fuzzy star surrounded by a faint envelope in tonight's clear, unsteady skies. As well as I've ever seen a galaxy from the backyard.
NGC 473612h 50m 54s41 7' 0"8.211.0vB, L, iR, vsvmbMBN, r; = M94PC-82008/May/28 23:00:05A round galaxy (elliptical?) with a very bright nucleus. There was a bit of granularity in the outer parts. An illusion? No. It's a face on Sb, the granularity was the spiral arms.
NGC 473112h 51m 0s-6 24' 0"116.5vF, pL, ESAOC-112013/Mar/14 3:6:32A very faint, but large patch. Tonight's dark skies would be required to see it. WikiSky: An S shaped streak. Burnham: SBc.
NGC 474212h 51m 48s-10 27' 0"11.12.3pB, vS, vbMN = *11, *10 sfLittle TychoC-82012/Feb/25 2:29:11A very faint patch near an 11.5mv star. Burnham: E3/4.
NGC 474212h 51m 48s-10 27' 0"11.12.3pB, vS, vbMN = *11, *10 sfLittle TychoC-82016/Mar/9 2:46:5Looks like a fuzzy star. Seyfert? Modern references simply catagorise the galaxy as an E4. Both Herschels noted the tiny, very bright nucleus.
NGC 474712h 51m 48s25 47' 0"12.43.6F, pL, lEPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A very faint, medium sized blob. In its Sloan photo, it looks like an Sc than has undergone a collision.
NGC 475412h 52m 18s11 19' 0"10.64.7B, pL, R, psbM, p of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00A bright, edge on spiral. Burnham lists it as an S0.
NGC 475312h 52m 24s-1 12' 0"9.95.4cB, L, vlE, vglbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/11 0:5:59Not found.
NGC 475312h 52m 24s-1 12' 0"9.95.4cB, L, vlE, vglbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/14 21:0:35A very faint circular smudge. Sd? (Burnham, E1 or Irr)
NGC 476212h 52m 54s11 14' 0"10.28.7pB, vmE 31deg , 3 B st s, f of 2PC-82008/May/04 22:30:00 A bright, edge on spiral, brighter than NGC 4754, with its outer envelope somewhat irregular.
NGC 477212h 53m 29s2 10' 7"11.03.40x1.712.8Little TychoC-82015/May/10 21:49:58A very faint smudge, elongated in about 20d.
NGC 479312h 54m 36s28 56' 0"11.72.9pB, pS, lE, *8 nf 1'LBRPC-112012/Mar/15 0:42:47An amorphous oval, not brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sc, 12.4mv.
NGC 481412h 55m 24s58 21' 0"133.2B, pS, vlE, vgbMLittle TychoC-82013/Feb/12 3:39:49An very faint patch, only visible with averted vision and telescope movement. Tonight's clear skies helped, of course.
NGC 482612h 56m 42s21 41' 0"8.59.3! vB, vL, vmE 120deg +/- , bMSBN; = M64PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00 The weird spiral with a dust cloud in its disk. It looked like its pictures with averted vision.
NGC 482612h 56m 42s21 41' 0"8.59.3! vB, vL, vmE 120deg +/- , bMSBN; = M64LBC-112009/May/12 21:15:00Barely saw the dust cloud. The transparency was not good tonight. Heavy dew. This might have looked better in darker skies.
NGC 482612h 56m 42s21 41' 0"8.59.3! vB, vL, vmE 120deg +/- , bMSBN; = M64Little TychoC-82012/Mar/27 2:44:2An elongated (2:1) blob, slightly asymmetric, with a bright nucleus.
NGC 484112h 57m 30s28 29' 0"11.51.9pF, pL, R, vS* attLBRPC-112014/May/31 21:42:42A very faint patch, invisible in the 41mm, and barely seen in the 12.5mm. Tonight's skies are fairly hazy, and reflecting too much light pollution. HNGC gives 13.1mv for this 1.6x1' galaxy pair.
IC_394612h 58m 48s27 49' 0"13.91.0F, pS, bMLBRPC-112014/May/31 22:6:56An very faint smudge just under a triangle of 12-13mv stars. Very difficult to see. Invisible in the 41mm, barely visible in the 12.5mm. Not confirmed by the HNGC or WikiSky. Aladin DSS: There is a 14.7 (APASS) 15.2mv or (UCAC4) mv galaxy here, mismarked by the UCAC4 and APASS as a star.
NGC 485612h 59m 18s-15 2' 0"10.44.6B, R, psmbM, *13 npLBRPC-112011/Jun/29 23:4:47Small, fairly bright with a brigh nucleus. E?
NGC 486612h 59m 30s14 10' 0"11.06.5B, pL, mE 90deg , sbMN, S* invLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:39:44A nice bright, somewhat elongated spiral, with a 12.5 mv star nearby. Burnham: S0/Sa, WikiSky: The star is 14mv!
NGC 487412h 59m 36s27 58' 0"11.92.7F, 4869 and 4872 pLittle TychoC-82012/Mar/27 2:53:34An very faint spot in tonight's clear, steady sky.
NGC 488612h 60m 0s27 59' 0"13.90.8F, S, R, 4889 f 4sLBRPC-112014/May/31 21:57:52A faint, oblong patch, slightly brighter towards the middle. This turned out to be NGC 4889. It will take darker skies to show NGC 4886.
NGC 488913h 0m 6s27 58' 0"11.43.0pB, pmE, bM, *7 nPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00 The brightest member of the Coma cluster. For the first time, I saw around 13 other members with averted vision. An awesome sight.
NGC 490013h 0m 36s2 30' 0"11.52.3cB, cE, *10 att 135deg +/-Little TychoC-82012/Feb/25 2:4:25A faint, somewhat elongated smudge between an 11.5mv and 12.5mv stars. WikiSky: An almost face on Sc. Amazing I saw it at all.
NGC 490213h 1m 0s-14 31' 0"11.23.0pB, pL, iR, st nrLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:46:39A tiny (1.5'), faint spot in the sky. It seems much dimmer that its stated magnitude. Burnham: A face on SBb.
NGC 492113h 1m 24s27 53' 0"12.12.7F, pL, 3rd of 4LBRPC-112014/May/31 22:17:48A fairly large, very faint patch. Visible in both the 19 and 12.5mm, best in the 19mm.
NGC 492113h 1m 24s27 53' 0"12.12.7F, pL, 3rd of 4LBRPC-112014/May/31 22:26:27A very faint, almost invisible patch.
NGC 493913h 4m 12s-10 20' 0"115.8pB, L, R, gmbMLittle TychoC-82012/May/11 22:29:8An very faint patch, found only with the finder chart.
NGC 495813h 5m 48s-8 1' 0"10.54.1vB, pS, E, bMBNLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:49:50An almost edge on spiral with a small, bright nucleus. Burnham: E6/S0.
NGC 499513h 9m 42s-7 50' 0"11.02.5pB, pL, R, vgpmbM, *8 npLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:52:26A faint, round patch with almost no nucleus. Sd? Burnham: Sb. WikiSky: disk and nucleus washed out in image.
NGC 500513h 10m 54s37 3' 0"9.85.4vB, vL, vmE 66deg , vsbMNPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00 Bright, looks like a miniture M31.
NGC 500513h 10m 54s37 3' 0"9.85.4vB, vL, vmE 66deg , vsbMNLittle TychoC-82017/May/3 23:33:35The bright nucleus and a hint of the elongated envelope was visible, even in tonight's bright moonlight.
NGC 501813h 13m 0s-19 31' 0"10.82.6cB, S, R, mbMpBNLBRPC-112012/Mar/15 1:1:58A small, bright, galaxy, brighter towards the middle. E2? Easily seen, even in the Damascus "soup". Also glimpsed was NGC 5022. Burnham: E3/S0, 12.2mv.
NGC 503313h 13m 24s36 36' 0"10.110.5vB, pL, E 167deg , smbMvBN, * npPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A medium sized, somewhat faint edge on Sb.
NGC 502213h 13m 30s-19 33' 0"132.5vF, pL, E 30deg , gbM, f 5018, F* close pLBRPC-112012/Mar/15 22:40:5I barely glimpsed this edge on spiral, 7' E of NGC 5018. SEDS: SB, 12.9mv.
NGC 504413h 15m 24s-16 23' 0"11.02.6pB, pL, R, bMSAOC-112013/Mar/14 2:54:32A bright, small galaxy, apparently at the center of aluster. E3? B:E0.
NGC 505513h 15m 48s42 2' 0"8.612.3vB, L, pmE 120deg +/- , vsmbMBN; = M63PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00 Bright, spindle shaped, brighter towards the middle, some mottling in the bright areas was glimpsed.
NGC 505513h 15m 48s42 2' 0"8.612.3vB, L, pmE 120deg +/- , vsmbMBN; = M63PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00 An Sc titled at 45°, with lots of mottling in the arms. (Burnham: Sb). A superb sight on a dark night.
NGC 504913h 16m 0s-16 24' 0"12.92.1cF, SSAOC-112013/Mar/14 2:56:55A small companion to 5044. Spiral? WkikSky: E0, B:E0.
NGC 505413h 17m 0s-16 38' 0"115.0F, pS, iRSAOC-112013/Mar/14 4:32:18A faint blob, gradually brighter towards the middle. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 507713h 19m 30s-12 39' 0"11.52.0pB, S, vlE, sbM, 2nd of 3Little TychoC-82012/Apr/3 4:9:54A slight brightening of the night sky. The other galaxies in the cluster were invisible.
NGC 510213h 22m 0s-36 38' 0"9.79.3vB, pS, R, svmbMSAOC-112013/Mar/14 4:26:42A bright nucleus, with a fainter envelope, brighter towards the middle. SO or E1? Burnham: S0. WikiSky: S0.
NGC 512813h 25m 30s-43 1' 0"7.018.2!!, vB, vL, vmE 122deg , bifidSAOC-112013/Mar/13 3:10:11A big, bright galaxy, and one of the few that looks like its photos. The dark lane is plainly apparent, even this close to the horizon.
NGC 512813h 25m 30s-43 1' 0"7.018.2!!, vB, vL, vmE 122deg , bifidBig Bend Nat ParkO-152016/Feb/5 5:46:0Again, much like its photos. The seeing is horrible, the brighter stars are 1' fuzz balls.
NGC 514713h 26m 18s2 6' 0"11.81.8pB, pL, vlE, vsmbM *12Little TychoC-82014/Mar/24 3:46:21An eef, medium sized smudge. Invisible in the 24mm, barely glimped in the 12.5. Burnham: A face on Sc. No wonder it's hard to see!
NGC 520413h 29m 36s58 25' 0"11.34.8pB, cL, iR, gmbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/6 23:59:56A large, faint smudge. Burnham: I/Sd.
NGC 517013h 29m 48s-17 58' 0"128.1cF, L, mE 129deg , pgbMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A rather faint edge on Sc.
NGC 519413h 29m 54s47 12' 0"8.411.0!!!, great spiral neb M51PC-82007/Apr/20 22:00:0080x: This is a glorious galaxy in dark skies. Even with an 8 inch , the spiral structure is glimpsed. NGC 5195 appears as a bright patch next to M51.
NGC 519413h 29m 54s47 12' 0"8.411.0!!!, great spiral neb M51PC-82007/May/11 23:00:00Very good tonight, scraping the zenith. and more spiral structure and mottling was noticed than usual, when it's seen rising in the north east. A magnificent object.
NGC 519413h 29m 54s47 12' 0"8.411.0!!!, great spiral neb M51PC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00Never seen it better! Spiral arms easily seen. Magnificent.
NGC 519413h 29m 54s47 12' 0"8.411.0!!!, great spiral neb M51LBRPC-112011/Jun/3 23:11:2Found the 14mv supernova. Nice! Confirmed: UniverseToday.com.
NGC 519413h 29m 54s47 12' 0"8.411.0!!!, great spiral neb M51Little TychoC-82013/Jan/20 4:7:16Both nuclei plainly seen, with hints of the disk surrounding M 51. The eastern part of the disk was slightly brighter.
NGC 519413h 29m 54s47 12' 0"8.411.0!!!, great spiral neb M51SAOC-112013/Mar/13 2:58:24Spiral structure plainly apparent, but John Herschel's drawing is close to its visual appearance, if one inclues the spirals.
NGC 519413h 29m 54s47 12' 0"8.411.0!!!, great spiral neb M51Big Bend Nat ParkO-152016/Feb/5 5:57:49Spiral structure plainly seen.
NGC 519513h 30m 0s47 16' 0"9.65.4B, pS, lE, vgbM, inv in M51LBRPC-112010/Apr/11 0:27:46The companion of M51
NGC 523613h 37m 0s-29 52' 0"7.611.2!! vB, vL, E 55deg , esbMN, 3-br spir; = M83PC-82007/Mar/18 10:30:00 C-8@80x: An oval blob surrounding a bright, round nucleus.
NGC 523613h 37m 0s-29 52' 0"7.611.2!! vB, vL, E 55deg , esbMN, 3-br spir; = M83SAOC-112013/Mar/13 3:5:16A very bright nucleus, surrounded by a faint, large, elliptical, haze. It was not helped by being only 15d above the horizon.
NGC 523613h 37m 0s-29 52' 0"7.611.2!! vB, vL, E 55deg , esbMN, 3-br spir; = M83Big Bend Nat ParkO-152016/Feb/5 5:43:33The low contrast bar was plainly seen. M 83 spins clockwise.
NGC 524813h 37m 30s8 53' 0"10.26.5B, L, E 150deg , psbMrNPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A large, faint elliptical haze surrounding a round, bright nucleus.
NGC 524713h 38m 6s-17 53' 0"10.55.4!! cF, vL, vg, psmbMLN, 2-branched spiralLBRPC-112011/May/5 22:42:58A faint, low contrast streak, barely visible through the glow of the aurora commercialis.
NGC 527313h 42m 6s35 39' 0"11.63.1cB, pL, R, g, psmbMLBRPC-112012/Mar/15 1:7:57A round, bright, nucleus surrounded by a slightly elliptical envelope. Burnham: E1. 12.7mv.
NGC 530813h 47m 0s60 58' 0"11.33.5B, pL, mE 57deg , psbMBENLBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:14:39A nice edge on! The envelop seems to be asymmetric. Burnham: S0/E8. WikiSky: No assymmetry seen.
NGC 532213h 49m 18s60 12' 0"10.05.5vB, pL, iR, psmbMLittle TychoC-82010/Apr/9 22:49:31A very faint smudge, hard to see in the 25, I did not see it in the 18.
NGC 535013h 53m 24s40 22' 0"11.43.2cF, pL, bM, *7 p, 1st of 4Little TychoC-82010/Jun/7 22:30:2A smudge with a bright middle. Part of the NGC 5353 group.
NGC 535313h 53m 30s40 17' 0"11.12.8pB, S, R, 2nd of 4LBRPC-112010/Jun/8 0:6:0A brighter member of the 5353 group. There are 4 galaxies in a small field here.
NGC 535413h 53m 30s40 18' 0"11.52.3pF, S, R, 3rd of 4LBRPC-112010/Jun/8 0:7:11Part of the 5353 group.
NGC 535513h 53m 48s40 21' 0"14vF, pS, 4th of 4Little TychoC-82010/Jun/8 19:3:19A very faint smudge, barely visible. The RNGC lists it a 14mv.
NGC 539013h 55m 40s40 27' 44"10.64.20x3.413.4Little TychoC-82015/Mar/18 3:32:51The nucleus is an very faint smudge.
NGC 537113h 55m 42s40 28' 0"10.84.4pB, L, R, bMFNLBRPC-112010/Jun/7 23:42:22A small smudge, roundish, with no pronounced nucleus. SBb?. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 536313h 56m 6s5 15' 0"10.24.2B, pL, R, psbM, *8 nfPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00An E4? The center of a cluster? There seems to be faint mottling to the SE of this galaxy. This is not a cluster center. It's a rare Ep. The mottling is NGC 5354.
NGC 536313h 56m 6s5 15' 0"10.24.2B, pL, R, psbM, *8 nfLittle TychoC-82014/Jun/7 22:14:34Plainly visible even in tonight's moon washed sky.
NGC 536413h 56m 12s5 1' 0"10.47.1cF, L, R, gbMPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A very faint mottling to the south of NGC 5053.
NGC 537713h 56m 18s47 14' 0"11.24.6B, L, mE 42deg , smbMNLBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:24:30A nice edge on. Burnham: Sa.
NGC 537513h 56m 48s29 10' 0"123.5pB, pL, R, lbMLBRPC-112011/May/5 22:52:17A very faint, small, smudge.
NGC 538313h 57m 6s41 51' 0"11.43.5cB, cL, R, gbMLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 22:38:52A faint patch with a small nucleus. Face on Sc? B, Wikisky: Face on SBb.
NGC 544814h 2m 50.39s49 10' 21"11.03.80x2.013.0Little TychoC-82015/Mar/29 3:59:23A small very faint smudge. Very close to averted imagination.
NGC 545714h 3m 12s54 21' 0"7.726.9pB, vL, iR, g, vsmbMBSN; = M101PC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A large blob, with a faint, indistinct nucleus. There are streamers of nebulosity spinning off of it (the spiral arms).
NGC 545714h 3m 12s54 21' 0"7.726.9pB, vL, iR, g, vsmbMBSN; = M101PC-112009/Apr/18 22:30:00Faint, large, looks like it's Hubble pictures. Gorgeous.
NGC 545714h 3m 12s54 21' 0"7.726.9pB, vL, iR, g, vsmbMBSN; = M101Little TychoC-82011/May/5 1:49:2A large, faint, smudge, filling 1/3 of the 24mm eyepiece field.
NGC 547314h 4m 42s54 54' 0"11.42.6pB, S, R, gbMLittle TychoC-82011/May/5 1:51:26Small, but bright. The most easily seen of tonight's galaxies.
NGC 547414h 5m 0s53 40' 0"10.94.5pB, L, bMLittle TychoC-82011/May/5 1:44:51A large, faint smudge, visible only when the telescope is moved.
NGC 548514h 7m 12s55 0' 0"11.52.6cB, R, vgbM, f of 2Little TychoC-82011/May/5 1:54:22A barely dicernable patch in the sky.
NGC 549314h 11m 30s-5 3' 0"11.52.0pB, vS, R, psmbM *, *18 invLBRPC-112011/Jun/29 23:14:6A nice, bright galaxy. Sb?
NGC 553314h 16m 6s35 21' 0"11.83.2pB, R, vsmbM, 2 or 3 st invLBRPC-112012/Aug/18 21:28:7An very faint brightening of the night sky. Almost invisible. Face on Sd?
NGC 555714h 18m 24s36 30' 0"11.12.4cB, S, R, vsbM *LBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:26:48Small, round E? Burnham: E1.
NGC 558514h 19m 48s56 44' 0"10.95.5pF, L, iR, vgmbM, rLittle TychoC-82011/May/10 1:52:8A faint smudge. Slightly tilted Sc? Burnham: Sc/Sd/
NGC 556014h 20m 6s4 0' 0"12.43.9pF, cL, E, gbMLBRPC-112011/May/5 23:29:57An extremely faint spiral.
NGC 556614h 20m 18s3 56' 0"10.56.5B, pL, R, psbM, r, *12 f 1'.5Little TychoC-82010/Jun/19 0:28:28A faint smudge with a faint, starlike nucleus. Seyfert? N 5560 not visible. N 5566 not listed as a Seyfert.
NGC 556614h 20m 18s3 56' 0"10.56.5B, pL, R, psbM, r, *12 f 1'.5LBRPC-112011/May/5 23:29:15A very bright, small elliptical. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 557414h 20m 54s3 14' 0"12.41.6pF, pS, lE, p of 2LBRPC-112011/May/5 23:15:50A faint, tilted spiral, forming a nice pair with 5576.
NGC 557614h 21m 6s3 16' 0"10.93.2B, S, R, vsmbM, f of 2LBRPC-112011/May/5 23:13:30A bright elliptical, forming a nice pair with 5054.
NGC 561414h 24m 6s34 52' 0"11.72.7pB, S, R, smbMLBRPC-112011/May/5 23:33:50A rather bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 563814h 29m 42s3 14' 0"11.32.6cB, pL, R, sf of 2LBRPC-112011/May/5 23:37:21A bright middle, surrounded by a fainter halo.
NGC 566014h 29m 48s49 37' 0"11.82.8pB, L, iR, vgbMLBRPC-112012/Aug/16 22:0:29A very faint patch, made visible only by the slewing of the telescope in tonight's very hazy skies.
NGC 567814h 32m 6s57 55' 0"123.2B, L, lE 0deg , vgmbMLBRPC-112011/Jul/2 1:14:23A diffuse smudge, about 3' across. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
NGC 567614h 32m 48s49 28' 0"10.93.9B, L, E 45deg +/- , pgbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:30:41A small, bright E. B:Sc WikiSky: Little contrast in disk. Starburst, flocculent, galaxy,
NGC 566814h 33m 24s4 27' 0"11.53.3F, pS, vlE, *14 invLBRPC-112014/May/31 22:55:27A faint patch, with a 13.7mv star in front of the galaxy.
NGC 568714h 34m 54s54 29' 0"11.82.6pF, S, iF, r, *10 fLBRPC-112012/Aug/18 21:33:1An very faint patch, next to a 9.2mv star that almost overwhelms the galaxy.
NGC 570714h 37m 30s51 34' 0"132.8B, pS, RLittle TychoC-82012/Jun/26 22:20:48A very faint blur in the night sky, I'm surprised I could see it at all, what with a quarter moon in the sky.
NGC 570114h 39m 12s5 22' 0"124.7cB, pS, R, mbM, *11 p 15sLBRPC-112011/May/5 23:40:41An amorphus smudge with an obvious nucleus. Sb/Sc?. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 571314h 40m 12s-0 17' 0"11.42.8cB, pL, R, psmbM, rLBRPC-112011/May/5 23:45:30A faint spiral with a small nucleus.
NGC 574614h 44m 54s1 57' 0"10.67.9B, L, vmE 170deg , bmBNPC-112009/Apr/17 22:30:00A faint edge on. Looks like a dusty Sc. Nucleus wasn't seen but the middle was a bit brighter than the edged. There is a hint of a sharp dust lane. Burnham classifies it as an Sb.
NGC 577514h 54m 0s3 33' 0"11.44.3F, pS, vmE 148deg , gvlbMLBRPC-112014/May/31 23:5:47A very difficult to see smudge, owing to a 12.7mv star very close by. The 12.7mv star is not shown by Aladin or WikiSky. There is, however a 13.9mv star 1' NW of the galaxy center.
NGC 582014h 58m 42s53 53' 0"11.92.5B, E 90deg +/- , sbM, B D* f 8'Little TychoC-82012/Jun/26 22:44:53A very faint patch, invisible in the 25, visible only in the 12.5 with telescope motion.
NGC 580614h 60m 0s1 54' 0"11.63.1cB, cL, E 165deg +/- , sbMNLBRPC-112011/Jun/2 22:29:53A large, faint galaxy with hardly any nucleus.
NGC 581215h 1m 0s-7 27' 0"11.22.4cB, S, R, svmbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:33:18A small, bright E. Burnham: E1.
NGC 581315h 1m 12s1 42' 0"10.73.6B, pS, R, psmbMLittle TychoC-82011/Jun/2 1:17:57A most gossamer brightening of the urban night sky. Burnham: E1, WikiSky: Looks more like an E3 to me.
NGC 581415h 1m 24s1 37' 0"14vF, vS, RLBRPC-112011/Jun/2 22:26:49A faint smudge near N 5813.
NGC 583115h 4m 6s1 13' 0"11.52.2pB, S, mbMLBRPC-112011/May/5 23:49:53A 5' faint, amorphous smudge.
NGC 583815h 5m 24s2 6' 0"10.84.2pB, pSLBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:37:15Bright, round nucleus, surrounded by an elliptical envelop. Burnham: A0.
NGC 584615h 6m 24s1 36' 0"10.23.4vB, pL, R, psbMN, F* inv s, rrLittle TychoC-82010/May/5 1:30:15A faint smudge, a bit brighter in the middle. Spiral? N_5850 was not visible.
NGC 584615h 6m 24s1 36' 0"10.23.4vB, pL, R, psbMN, F* inv s, rrLBRPC-112011/May/6 0:4:37A bright, round, small E0.
NGC 586615h 6m 30s55 46' 0"10.05.2vB, cL, pmE 146deg , gbMLBRPC-112010/Apr/11 0:11:42A bright galaxy, spiral, mottled, almost edge on. Not a bright nucleus. (Edge on with a dust lane. Overexposed by WikiSky)
NGC 585015h 7m 6s1 33' 0"11.04.3cF, S, lE, psbMLBRPC-112011/May/6 0:3:44A large, faint, smudge.
NGC 587915h 9m 48s57 0' 0"11.54.4cB, S, E, mbMRN, rLBRPC-112011/Jul/1 22:50:35Nice galaxy, 2:3 elongation, Sb? Wikipedia: SBc
NGC 589915h 15m 0s42 3' 0"11.83.0cB, pL, pmE, smbMNLBRPC-112014/May/31 23:41:29A faint, round patch. Uniformly bright. HNGC: An almost edge on SBc. I saw only the core.
NGC 590515h 15m 24s55 31' 0"124.2pF, pS, iRLBRPC-112014/May/31 23:55:32A very faint smudge. Best seen when the telescope is slewing.
NGC 590715h 15m 54s56 19' 0"10.412.3cB, vL, vmE 155deg , vg, psbMNPC-82008/Jul/03 00:00:00A lovely edge on spiral. A streak of light with whispy ends, which is perhaps an optical illusion, and a small, bright nucleus.
NGC 590815h 16m 42s55 25' 0"11.93.2pF, pS, RLBRPC-112014/May/31 23:59:18Faint, but brighter than NGC 5905. A bit oblong. HNGC: An edge on Sb.
NGC 592115h 21m 54s5 4' 0"10.84.9cB, cL, iR, vsbM *12, am stLittle TychoC-82011/May/5 2:1:14A faint haze near a 12mv star.
NGC 596315h 33m 30s56 35' 0"123.5pF, pS, iFLBRPC-112014/Jun/1 0:3:39A small, bright, round galaxy. E0? HNGC: A face on Sc. This galaxy is unusually bright for an Sc.
NGC 596215h 36m 30s16 37' 0"11.42.8pF, pL, ilE, gbMLBRPC-112014/May/31 23:9:28A fairly bright galaxy, somewhat elliptical. E3? No! HNGC reports it's a bright, face on Sc.
NGC 597015h 38m 30s12 11' 0"11.43.0pF, pL, R, rrLBRPC-112014/May/31 23:13:56A large, fainti, somewhat oblong smudge. Face on Sb? HNGC reports it to be an SBc.
NGC 598215h 38m 42s59 21' 0"11.12.9cB, S, R, psbM, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:43:12A bright nucleus surrounded by a small halo. E? Burnham: E3.
NGC 598515h 39m 36s59 20' 0"11.05.5pB, cL, iE, rLittle TychoC-82011/Jun/2 0:37:50A very faint, small smudge. Almost invisible. This should be revisited in dark skies with the C-11.
NGC 598515h 39m 36s59 20' 0"11.05.5pB, cL, iE, rLBRPC-112011/Jun/29 23:53:23Still a faint, elongated smudge.
NGC 601515h 51m 24s62 19' 0"11.25.4B, mELBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:48:2An elongated smudge. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 602715h 59m 12s20 45' 0"12.42.2eF, vF* inv, 2 vF st nrLBRPO-182012/Jun/16 23:29:27AKA Seyfert's sextet. A couple of persistent, very faint patches at the edge of vision, they are 14.7 and 14.98mv, according to the spider.seds.org site.
NGC 607016h 10m 0s0 43' 0"11.73.6F, L, pmE, vgbM, rLBRPC-112013/Jul/6 22:27:59A gossamer smudge.
NGC 614016h 20m 54s65 23' 0"126.2cF, pL, iRLBRPC-112014/Sep/20 20:36:22A large but very faint circular blob on the sky. Aladin DSS: An SBc. More aperture would have shown this to be elongated.
NGC 616616h 28m 36s39 33' 0"12.02.4pF, S, vlE, vgmbMLBRPC-112013/Jul/6 22:33:33A very faint smudge, visible with averted vision and telescope slewing only.
NGC 618116h 32m 18s19 50' 0"11.92.6pB, pL, vlE, pgmbMLBRPC-112012/Aug/18 23:28:49A small, faint galaxy.
NGC 621716h 32m 36s78 12' 0"11.23.1B, cL, lE, slbMLBRPC-112011/Jun/7 0:49:23Small, bright nucleus, uniform elliptical envelop. Sc? Burnham: Sc.
PG 1634+70616h 34m 29s70 31' 33"14.40.1-, 8.6e9 ly distantLBRPO-182012/Jun/23 22:37:40A distand quasar that looks like an very faint star. Impressive to see it at all.
NGC 620716h 43m 6s36 50' 0"11.63.0pB, pL, E 45deg +/- , vgmbMPC-82008/May/28 23:00:00A streak in position angle 30°. Sb? Burnham: Sc. Just NE of M 13.
NGC 620716h 43m 6s36 50' 0"11.63.0pB, pL, E 45deg +/- , vgmbMLittle TychoC-82009/Aug/14 21:12:20A ghost of a galaxy, a barely visible smudge in tonight's light polluted skies. Seen only with the aid of the finder chart.
NGC 620716h 43m 6s36 50' 0"11.63.0pB, pL, E 45deg +/- , vgmbMLittle TychoC-82012/Jun/15 22:20:15A faint streak with a 30d pa. Brighter in the middle.
NGC 620716h 43m 6s36 50' 0"11.63.0pB, pL, E 45deg +/- , vgmbMLittle TychoC-82013/Jun/15 0:44:0Even in tonight's fairly dark skies, only the most gossamer smudge is visible, and then only with the accurate finder chart and telescope motion.
NGC 623616h 44m 30s70 48' 0"123.0F, pLLBRPC-112014/Sep/20 20:31:18An very faint smudge, seen only when the telescope was slewing. Aladin DSS: The galaxy is 1.5' SSW of it's RNGC marked position.
NGC 623916h 50m 6s42 44' 0"12.32.8vF, E, biN np sfLBRPC-112014/Aug/26 21:12:15The veriest brightening of the night sky. No detail seen.
NGC 634017h 10m 24s72 18' 0"11.03.4cF, pL, R, vgmbMLBRPC-112012/Aug/18 23:21:12A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint halo.
NGC 641217h 29m 36s75 42' 0"11.82.3glob. cl. , cL, R, vgbM, rrLBRPC-112012/Aug/18 23:12:39A small, very faint glow. Found only with the finder chart.
NGC 638417h 32m 24s7 4' 0"10.66.0pB, S, vlEPinnaclesC-112010/Jul/4 0:8:27A slightly oblong smudge, in what appears to be pa 20d. (WikiSky shows it to be closer to 40d. So much for position angle estimates from and alt-azimuth mount!)
NGC 650317h 49m 24s70 9' 0"10.26.2B or pB, L, mE, *9 f 4'LBRPC-112010/Oct/8 20:17:45A bright, uniform smudge, quite elongated, slighly brighter in the middle. Edge on Sb? Burnham: Sb
NGC 648217h 51m 48s23 4' 0"11.32.3! vF, S, R, vsvmbMvSRNLBRPC-112013/Jul/6 22:39:17A faint galaxy with a 12mv star embedded in it.
NGC 650117h 56m 6s18 22' 0"12.32.0vF, vS, nf of 2LBRPC-112014/Aug/26 21:25:50A pair of faint galaxies, N 6501 and 6500, next the the exquisite double STF 2245.
NGC 655518h 7m 48s17 36' 0"122.1F, L, R, vglbMPinnaclesC-112010/Jul/4 0:11:40A faint smudge, lost amongst the stars of the Milky way.
NGC 661018h 11m 51.2s14 58' 54"12.01.50x1.112.3LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 19:43:30A faint, oval shaped smudge.
NGC 657418h 11m 54s14 59' 0"12.01.4pB, S, RLBRPC-112013/Jul/6 23:32:37A faint round patch, gradually brighter towards the middle.
NGC 658718h 13m 54s18 50' 0"12.12.3F, vS, R, stellLBRPC-112014/Aug/26 21:31:27A small, faint galaxy. Somewhat elongated and perhaps mottled. Aladin DSS image: looks lik an E5. No mottling aside from somerather faint (16mv... J band 2MASS) stars nearby.
NGC 664318h 19m 48s74 34' 0"11.13.9pB, pL, E 50deg , 2 st pLBRPC-112010/Oct/8 21:3:22A large, nondiscript patch. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 665418h 24m 6s73 11' 0"11.63.0*12-13 in pB, pL nebyLBRPC-112010/Jul/1 22:15:56Looks like a faint GC. EO? Bright center.
NGC 663218h 25m 0s27 32' 0"133.1F, S, R, gbMLBRPC-112014/Sep/27 20:32:40An very faint smudge. Invisible in the 41, barely seen in the 20, and best in the 12.5mm.
NGC 666718h 30m 42s67 59' 0"122.6vF, pL, lE, vF D* nrLBRPC-112014/Aug/26 21:41:39An very faint smudge, found only with the finder chart and 19mm. It was invisible in the 41.
NGC 665818h 33m 54s22 53' 0"12.91.9F, vS, lELBRPC-112014/Sep/27 20:45:51Another in a series of very faint galaxies. Found only with the finder chart!
NGC 666118h 34m 36s22 55' 0"11.92.0F, vS, R, gbMLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 18:35:30A faint bit of celestial fluff. There are several stars involved. An S0, but I only saw the central part.
NGC 667418h 38m 36s25 23' 0"12.14.2F, pS, iR, bMLBRPC-112014/Aug/26 21:54:24Another very faint smudge. Hard to see any detail. Aladin DSS: A SBc galaxy tilted at about 45°
NGC 670118h 43m 12s60 40' 0"131.8pB, pS, mE, F* close fLBRPC-112010/Oct/8 21:32:17A tiny, but fairly bright spot. Almost stellar, a distant E0? WikiSky: A barred spiral! I only saw the nucleus.
NGC 670218h 47m 0s45 42' 0"12.22.1pF, S, lELBRPC-112013/Nov/3 18:46:11A faint smudge with an almost starlike nucleus. NGC 6703 is in the same field.
NGC 670318h 47m 18s45 33' 0"11.42.6B, S, R, mbMLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 18:46:11A faint smudge with an almost starlike nucleus. NGC 6702 is in the same field.
NGC 674519h 1m 41.9s40 45' 33"12.50.40x0.29.6LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 20:21:27A tiny, very faint, smudge. Aladin, DSS: This looks more like a bright nebula than any galaxy.
NGC 679219h 21m 0s43 8' 0"13F, E 26deg , glbM, *9.5 sfLBRPC-112014/Sep/20 22:28:48An very faint smudge in both the 41 and 19mm.
NGC 682419h 43m 42s56 7' 0"11.92.1pB, iF, bMLBRPC-112010/Oct/8 21:35:35A small, faint patch, requiring averted vision. Sb or Sc? Seds.org: Sab, other: Sb.
NGC 682419h 43m 42s56 7' 0"11.92.1pB, iF, bMLittle TychoC-82011/May/5 1:36:38A faint smudge, somewhat brighter in the middle.
NGC 682219h 44m 54s-14 48' 0"910.2vF, vS, E, dif; = IC 4895PC-82007/Sep/12 22:00:00 This galaxy appears to be a star cloud in the milky way. It's very low contrast, and seems to be oriented in north-south direction, position angle approximately 0 degrees. It is very hard to see, even at 36x.
IC 489519h 45m 0s-14 48' 0"810.0group of neb, 25' diam; = 6822PinnaclesC-112010/Jul/4 0:14:33A huge, low contrast smudge. No bright middle.
NGC 686920h 0m 42s66 13' 0"131.7pB, pS, RLBRPC-112014/Sep/20 22:14:24A small, faint smudge. A pair of 10.4 and 11.2 stars point to the galaxy. Aladin DSS: The galaxy is 40" north of its RNGC position.
NGC 690620h 23m 36s6 27' 0"12.71.8pF, pL, RLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:0:44A very faint smudge.
IC_500620h 23m 42s6 27' 0"121.6*14 in F, vS, R nebLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:0:44Near NGC 6906, but I can see only one very faint smudge. There is no sign of it on the WikiSky DSS image, either.
NGC 690720h 25m 6s-24 49' 0"11.33.4cF, cL, vlE, vglbM, r, 3 st pFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 20:52:4A tilted face on Sc. 2:1 elongation. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 691520h 27m 46s-3 4' 36"12.21.50x0.912.4York Co Star PartyC-112016/Jul/27 23:41:12A faint glow in a rich Milky way field.
NGC 692820h 32m 48s9 56' 0"12.62.2pB, pL, mELBRPC-112010/Sep/4 22:38:50A faint, uniform smudge. No obvious nucleus. E3? WikiSky: Sb?
IC_132520h 32m 50.09s9 55' 39"12.22.10x0.612.4LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 20:30:49A small, oblong, faint patch. Best in the 12.5, invisible in the 41mm.
NGC 693020h 33m 0s9 52' 0"13.11.4F, mELBRPC-112010/Sep/4 22:39:24A very faint glow, near N 6928.
NGC 692620h 33m 6s-2 1' 0"12.42.1vF, pL, E 176deg , p of 2LBRPC-112014/Aug/26 22:22:42This one was not visible in tonight's hazy skies.
NGC 692520h 34m 18s-31 59' 0"11.34.1cB, L, mE 6deg , pslbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 20:54:40A faint, almost face on spiral, 1:1.5 elongation. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 694620h 34m 48s60 9' 0"8.911.0vF, vL, vg, vsbM, rrLBRPC-112010/Jul/1 22:33:2A rather large, very faint smudge, with several foreground stars in it. WikiSky, Burnham: A face on Sc.
NGC 695120h 37m 12s66 6' 0"11.13.8pB, pL, lELBRPC-112010/Jul/1 22:30:9Nice bright galaxy with a faint envelope.
NGC 695220h 37m 14s66 6' 21"10.73.90x3.213.3Little TychoC-82014/Oct/17 21:33:40Not visible in these glowing skies. NGC 6952 = NGC 6951.
NGC 696220h 47m 18s0 19' 0"12.03.0cF, S, R, bMLBRPC-112010/Sep/4 21:54:2There are quite a few patches that could be galaxies, with averted imagination. N 6962 is the brightest of these.
NGC 696420h 47m 24s0 18' 0"12.71.9F, vS, R, bM, *14 sf 0'.5LBRPC-112010/Sep/5 23:46:48A glow next to N 6962's faint smudge.
NGC 695820h 48m 36s-38 0' 0"122.4B, cS, R, pgmbM, 4 st pFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 21:4:14Like a faint (12.5mv) star surrounded by a gossamer, round, envelope. Burnham: E0/E1.
NGC 700121h 1m 7.7s-0 11' 41"12.91.40x1.113.3York Co Star PartyC-112016/Jul/27 23:46:18The faintest of tiny blobs, barely punching through tonight's haze.
NGC 701321h 3m 36s29 54' 0"124.9pB, cS, R, psbM, pB* npLBRPC-112010/Sep/4 22:23:18A bright center with an asymmetrical envelope off to the north of the nucleus. Interesting galaxy. An Sc? WikiSky: An Sc surrounded by a faint envelope.
NGC 704921h 19m 0s-48 34' 0"10.72.8vB, pS, E, mbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 20:21:7 A round patch. Burnham: S0.
NGC 707921h 32m 30s-44 5' 0"11.62.8B, R, cS, psbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 20:19:1A subtle brightening of the night sky, but this one is very close to the horizon, and the night is quite hazy. It would probably be much better in Australia. Burnham: S0.
IC_139221h 35m 36s35 24' 0"131.7pB, vmbM*LBRPC-112014/Sep/20 22:53:10An eef, almost starlike, smudge. Aladin DSS: The RNGC marked position is 40" west of the galaxy.
NGC 713721h 48m 12s22 10' 0"12.41.5F, pS, R, vglbM, rLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:6:37A faint, round patch, brighter towards the middle. A face on SD.
NGC 713521h 49m 48s-34 53' 0"11.72.8pB, pL, R, vgbM, *14 att pFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 21:9:34A faint, round, patch, slightly brighter towards the center. Burnham: S0.
NGC 714421h 52m 42s-48 15' 0"10.73.5vB, pS, R, mbMNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:22:55A small patch, slightly brighter towards the middle. In the same field as 7145. Burnham: E0.
NGC 714521h 53m 18s-47 53' 0"11.22.5B, S, R, in triangle of st 13Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:24:16A small patch, fainter than 7144, but otherwise similar to it. Burnham: E0.
NGC 715621h 54m 36s2 57' 0"13.01.7F, pL, R, bM, rLBRPC-112014/Sep/20 23:8:6I could not find this one. Aladin DSS: A faint, face on SBc.
NGC 716221h 59m 48s-43 19' 0"132.8cF, cL, cE, glbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:28:3A very faint, elongated (1:3) smudge. No pronounced nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 717722h 0m 42s17 44' 0"11.23.3pB, pS, R, bMN, r, * spLBRPC-112010/Sep/4 23:44:28A bright galaxy, looks like an E2. Burnham: Sa/Sb
NGC 716622h 0m 42s-43 25' 0"11.82.4cB, S, vlE, smbMNFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:27:8Small, bright, elongated 1:3(?). Edge on spiral? Burnham: S0, WikiSky: 1:3 elongation confirmed.
NGC 717222h 2m 0s-31 52' 0"11.92.2pB, pL, lE, gbM, 1st of 4Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:33:37With 7176, a pair of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appears to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. Burnham: 7172 is an Sa.
NGC 717322h 2m 0s-31 58' 0"12.11.3cB, cS, R, sbM*, 2nd of 4Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:33:37With 7176 and 7174. a trio of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appers to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. With 7174 and 7176, A trio of interacting galaxies - HubbleSite.org.
NGC 717622h 2m 6s-31 59' 0"11.91.3B, pL, R, f of Dneb, 4th of 4Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:33:37With 7174, a pair of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appers to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. With 7173 and 7174, A trio of interacting galaxies - HubbleSite.org.
NGC 717422h 2m 6s-31 59' 0"12.61.3cF, S, R, p of Dneb, 3rd of 4Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:33:37With 7176, a pair of small but bright spirals? Another star 5' west appers to be a galaxy, and 7172 is just North. Impressive galaxy cluster. With 7173 and 7176, A trio of interacting galaxies - HubbleSite.org.
NGC 718422h 2m 42s-20 49' 0"125.8pB, pL, mE 64deg , bet 3 st, erLBRPC-112010/Sep/4 23:55:6A really faint, elongated smudge. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 720122h 6m 30s-31 16' 0"141.7F, R, gbM, 1st of 4Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:42:32A group of 3 galaxies. 7203 is the brightest, all of the others are small and at the limits of visibility, found only with the chart. 7201 is an Sa in the Spanish Wikipedia.
NGC 720322h 6m 42s-31 10' 0"131.9cF, R, stellar, 3rd of 4Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:42:32A group of 3 galaxies. 7203 is the brightest, all of the others are small and at the limits of visibility, found only with the chart. No classifications found, not in B, but it looks like an Sa to me. Note that N 7202 does not exist.
NGC 720422h 6m 54s-31 3' 0"14pB, L, lE, gbM, 4th of 4Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:42:32A group of 3 galaxies. 7203 is the brightest, all of the others are small and at the limits of visibility, found only with the chart. A pair of galaxies, an S0 and an SBa. 7202 does not exist.
NGC 721722h 7m 54s31 22' 0"10.23.7B, pL, gbM, erPC-82008/Oct/30 22:30:00 Stellar nucleus, bright envelope fading radially towards the edge of the galaxy. Mottling was seen at 183x.
NGC 721722h 7m 54s31 22' 0"10.23.7B, pL, gbM, erPC-82008/Nov/28 20:30:00 Like a hazy star with a faint halo. The sky was fairly cloudy at the time.
NGC 721322h 9m 18s-47 10' 0"10.51.9vB, pS, R, gbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 20:42:59Like a bright, unresolved globular. Alpha Grus is in the same field, to the NorthWest. Burnham: Sa.
NGC 722322h 10m 9.2s41 1' 2"12.21.40x1.112.5LBRPC-112014/Oct/19 20:44:18An very faint patch, only visible when the telescope moved and I knew exactly where in the star field to look.
NGC 721822h 10m 12s-16 40' 0"12.12.5pB, lE, rLBRPC-112010/Sep/5 0:10:29A very faint galaxy. I could barely make out a small smudge. Burnham: Sc
NGC 722122h 11m 18s-30 37' 0"122.2F, S, R, gbM, r, 2 vS st nrFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:45:28A small, elongated patch, 1:1.5. Gbm. Wikipedia: SBbc
NGC 723922h 15m 1.29s-5 3' 10"13.81.10x0.713.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 19:27:6The veriest smudge, found only with the charts on faint. It's fainter than a 15mv star.
NGC 724222h 15m 42s37 18' 0"12.02.6vF, S, lbM, f of 2Little TychoC-82013/Nov/2 20:18:13A barely visible smudge, seen only when the telescope is slewed, in the 12.5mm.
IC_518622h 18m 46.49s-36 48' 6"11.91.80x1.212.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:12:30A faint oblong patch, perhaps more fuzzy towards the north.
IC_144322h 19m 3.6s-20 56' 24"12.50.80x0.711.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:16:18A small, faint, round blob.
NGC 725222h 20m 44.79s-24 40' 42"11.42.10x1.713.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:2:8A faint, round blob, brighter towards the middle.
NGC 725722h 22m 36.5s-4 7' 15"12.71.90x1.413.6York Co Star PartyC-112016/Jul/28 0:31:33Eef. Glimpsed in the 19mm, not visible in the 12.5.
NGC 728622h 28m 0s29 7' 0"13vF, S, R, am stLBRPC-112014/Sep/27 22:13:57Field found but the galaxy wasn't. Aladin DSS: Not visible because its RNGC coordinates are off by about 2.5' to the WNW. The galaxy itself is at 22:27:50.38 +29:05:45.8
NGC 728422h 28m 35.8s-24 50' 40"12.12.30x1.613.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:7:19With NGC 7285, a double nucleus surrounded by what appears to be a common halo.
NGC 728522h 28m 37.79s-24 50' 26"11.92.10x1.513.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:7:19With NGC 7285, a double nucleus surrounded by what appears to be a common halo.
NGC 730222h 32m 24s-14 7' 0"12.11.9F, pS, R, vsbMSN; = IC 5228Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 20:27:51A moderately bright nucleus surrounded by an elliptical envelope elongated 3:2. Burnham: E3.
IC 522822h 32m 24s-14 8' 0"131.9pB, pS, R, B* s; = 7302Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 20:29:26Same as 7302
NGC 731122h 34m 6.69s5 34' 12"12.51.60x0.812.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 19:27:23An egg shaped galaxy, fairly bright. Perhaps a foreground star is involved? Aladin, DSS: The ovoid assemetry is illusory. There is no foreground star involved.
NGC 731422h 35m 48s-26 3' 0"10.94.6cF, L, mE 0deg , vlbMLBRPC-112010/Sep/5 0:36:23A very faint smudge in the southern light pollution. Burnham: Sb/Sc
NGC 731722h 35m 54s33 57' 0"13.61.0vF, vSFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7320, 7318, and 7319. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
NGC 731822h 36m 0s33 58' 0"13.11.9eF, eSFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7320, 7319, and 7317. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
NGC 731822h 36m 0s33 58' 0"13.11.9eF, eSFall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 22:16:31Only 7318 seen for sure.
NGC 732022h 36m 6s33 57' 0"12.72.2F, vSPC-82007/Oct/13 21:00:00AKA Stephan's Quintet. A very faint, but persistent brightening of the sky. Without a finder chart I would not have been able to find it. Ranks with IC 1257 for difficulty in seeing it. I only "saw" the brightest member, NGC 7320.
NGC 732022h 36m 6s33 57' 0"12.72.2F, vSFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7327, 7318, and 7319. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
NGC 731922h 36m 6s33 59' 0"13.11.7eF, eSFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/7 0:1:52 One of Stephen's quartet. A faint patch, along with 7320, 7318, and 7317. The pair of galaxies that comprises 7318 were not resolved.
NGC 733022h 36m 54s38 33' 0"13pB, S, lE, bMLBRPC-112014/Sep/20 23:19:42An very faint smudge, if seen at all. Aladin DSS: An elliptical, about 10" across. It probably looks stellar visually.
NGC 733122h 37m 6s34 25' 0"9.510.7B, pL, pmE 163deg , smbMBC-82006/Aug/05 21:00:00 This galaxy is bright enough to punch through the light pollution above my backyard. It was elongated in position angle 0 degrees, and slightly brighter along its western edge.
NGC 733122h 37m 6s34 25' 0"9.510.7B, pL, pmE 163deg , smbMLittle TychoC-82009/Dec/11 21:14:17A faint smudge, but distinctly elongated in pa 180d. Spindle shaped.
NGC 733122h 37m 6s34 25' 0"9.510.7B, pL, pmE 163deg , smbMLittle TychoC-82013/Sep/4 23:9:56A bright streak in pa 180d, with a bright nucleus. Lovely, on this superb night.
NGC 733122h 37m 6s34 25' 0"9.510.7B, pL, pmE 163deg , smbMLittle TychoC-82015/Oct/12 21:42:46Faint, but obvious on this dark night, even in this light pollution.
NGC 733122h 37m 6s34 25' 0"9.510.7B, pL, pmE 163deg , smbMLittle TychoC-82016/Oct/23 21:15:26A fairly bright (as galaxies go!) streak, brightening towards the middle. Best in the 6mm.
NGC 733222h 37m 24s23 48' 0"11.04.2cB, S, mE 156deg , smbMN, p of 2LBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:20:22A small, bright streak. Lovely, Seyfert? Counterrotating core, Fisher, et al AJ, vol 107.
NGC 733922h 37m 48s23 47' 0"12.13.0F, pS, mE 89deg , vglbM, f of 2LBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:24:47A faint blob, not nearly as crisp as nearby 7332. WikiSky: Apparently, I only saw the nucleus. It's another edge on in darker skies.
IC 523722h 42m 18s-30 3' 0"4.0eeF, eS, eE, *8 np; = 7361Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 20:53:49A faint smudge, even in tonight's superb sky. AKA 7361. An IC error. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 735922h 44m 47.9s-23 41' 17"12.52.40x0.612.7Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 19:19:34An elliptical bit of fuzz. Not too faint.
NGC 737122h 46m 3.59s-11 0' 2"11.52.00x2.013.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 20:54:56A faint, slightly elliptical, gradually brighter towards the middle galaxy.
NGC 737722h 47m 48s-22 19' 0"11.62.2pB, S, vlE, vgmbM, *12 pPC-82008/Oct/30 22:30:00A faint, fuzzy, out of focus "star". There was no other detail seen
NGC 738522h 49m 54s11 36' 0"12.31.6cF, S, R, glbM, *11 npLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:18:39A faint, featureless, extragalactic glow.
NGC 738622h 50m 0s11 42' 0"12.52.1cF, S, R, pgbM, f of 2LBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:19:22This appears larger than N 7385, and fainter.
NGC 739122h 50m 36s-1 32' 41"11.91.70x1.513.0LBRPC-112014/Oct/25 21:37:5A small, faint patch. Invisible in the 41, and improving in both the 19 and 12.5mm.
NGC 739222h 51m 48s-20 36' 0"11.92.0pB, pS, lE 120deg , mbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/3 20:33:52An edge on with a fairly bright nucleus. Nice galaxy. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 741022h 55m 0s-39 40' 0"10.45.5cB, L, vmE 43deg , mbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 20:47:19A small but bright streak in the sky, with a bright center. No dust lane seen. Very nice. Burnham: SB.
NGC 741222h 55m 48s-42 39' 0"11.44.0eF, vL, *7 nfFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 21:54:22A faint, slightly elongated patch 1:1.5.B: SBb.
IC_526922h 55m 55.59s-36 20' 52"13.41.30x0.913.5Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:39:29An very faint patch, visible in the 19mm only when slewing.
NGC 742622h 56m 3s36 21' 44"12.31.70x1.413.2Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 4:43:36A faint, round patch, amost overwhelmed by the 5.7mv B7 star just east of it.
NGC 741822h 56m 36s-37 2' 0"11.43.3cB, vL, vlE, vglbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 20:24:34A very faint patch, gbm. Burnham: SBc.
NGC 741822h 56m 36s-37 2' 0"11.43.3cB, vL, vlE, vglbMFall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:36:39A very faint patch.
IC_526422h 56m 52.69s-36 33' 16"12.52.40x0.512.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:32:32A faint streak slightly brighter towards the middle.
NGC 742122h 56m 54s-37 21' 0"12.02.2cB, L, vlE, gpmbM, rrFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 20:27:39A faint patch, gbm. No real details seen. There is another patch, about 5' east, even fainter. Not on the chart. The other patch was not found on WikiSky. A comet? Burnham: 7421 is an SBa.
IC_526522h 57m 10.39s-36 27' 45"10.05.20x1.813.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:30:48A bright, sligtly oblong elliptical
IC 145922h 57m 12s-36 28' 0"10.0F, pS, com, N= 12mPC-82007/Sep/17 21:00:00 A bright, fuzzy starlike object.
IC 526722h 57m 12s-43 24' 0"10.55.0pB, S, R, mbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 20:9:56A faint smudge, elongated 1:1.5, gbm. E3? Burnham: Sa
NGC 742422h 57m 18s-41 4' 0"117.6F, cL, vlE, vgmbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 22:17:48A smudge of a center, surrounded by a faint haze of an envelope. Sb or Sc? Burnham: Sc. Wikipedia: SBc
IC_527022h 57m 55s-35 51' 28"12.23.20x0.612.8Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:49:17An oblong east-west galaxy,
IC_527122h 58m 1.59s-33 44' 32"10.82.60x0.912.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 21:1:55A faint, perhaps slightly mottled, elliptically shaped galaxy. Aladin, DSS: Mottling confirmed.
NGC 744823h 0m 6s15 59' 0"11.72.7pB, L, E 173deg , vgbM, *11 f 2'.5LBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:27:56Faint, elongated, a bit brighter in the nucleus. Burnham: Sc.
NGC 744323h 0m 8.69s-12 48' 28"11.61.40x0.512.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 19:41:10With 7444, a pair of galaxies. 7443 is the brighter of the two, and a bit elongated. 7444 is round.
NGC 744423h 0m 8.79s-12 50' 3"12.91.70x0.612.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 19:41:10With 7444, a pair of galaxies. 7443 is the brighter of the two, and a bit elongated. 7444 is round.
NGC 745023h 0m 47.7s-12 55' 4"13.11.80x1.814.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 19:46:37A faint, small smudge, with a whispy envelope.
NGC 745723h 1m 0s30 9' 0"10.84.4cB, cL, lE, gmbM, r, 2 S st nLBRPC-112010/Sep/5 0:42:56A large, elliptical galaxy, elongated. A face on Sc? Burnham: E5
NGC 745423h 1m 6.59s16 23' 21"11.82.20x1.613.2Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 4:25:27A faint, round patch near a 9.2mv star.
NGC 746223h 2m 46.2s-40 50' 8"11.44.30x0.812.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:55:5A faint, wide, streak just west of an interesting cluster like asterism of stars. Aladin, UCAC4: The asterism does not appear to be a cluster, based on the star's proper motions.
NGC 746923h 3m 18s8 52' 0"11.91.8vF, vS, vsmbM *12LBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:24:46A small, round galaxy with a bright nucleus, located in an interesting asterism that traces an almost perfect right triangle.
NGC 747923h 4m 54s12 19' 0"11.04.1pB, cL, mE 12deg , bet 2 stPC-82008/Oct/30 22:30:00A uniform, faint, streak in the sky. Barely mottled. Seeing poor in the constant breeze.
NGC 748423h 7m 4.89s-36 16' 22"11.81.80x1.713.0Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 19:58:54A small round patch just north of a 10mv star. The bright star does not help the view of the galaxy.
NGC 749023h 7m 25.1s32 22' 32"12.32.70x2.614.3Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 4:35:47A faint galaxy, only the nucleus was seen.
NGC 749723h 9m 3.49s18 10' 39"12.24.40x1.714.0Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 4:48:33A large, very faint, elongated patch. It would have been invisible, save for these Bortle 6.5 skies. Best in the 41mm.
NGC 749623h 9m 48s-43 26' 0"11.13.5pB, cL, lE, vgbM *13Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 21:5:53A faint smudge, with no obvious central brightness. Weird, for a supposed Seyfert. Burnham: SBb.
NGC 750723h 12m 6s-28 32' 0"10.42.6pB, cS, R, psvmbM, *10 npLBRPC-112010/Sep/5 0:54:1Round, faint, washed out in light pollution. B:E0
NGC 751323h 13m 12s-28 22' 0"11.83.2vF, pL, E, gbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 22:23:6A faint bar surrounded by a much fainter halo. Burnham: SB.
NGC 753923h 14m 29.39s23 41' 5"12.51.50x1.212.8Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 4:53:55An very faint smudge, best in the 19mm.
NGC 753723h 14m 34.6s4 29' 56"13.22.10x0.513.3Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 5:6:44A pair with NGC 7581. Faint.
NGC 754123h 14m 42s4 32' 0"11.73.5B, L, mE 97deg , mbM, nf of 2PinnaclesC-112009/Dec/16 20:58:42A faint,spindke shaped smudge. No bright nucleus. Companion seen as well.
NGC 758123h 14m 43.2s4 32' 4"11.73.50x1.213.2Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 5:5:24A faint, extended and elongated galaxy. A pair with NGC 7537.
NGC 753123h 14m 48s-43 36' 0"11.33.5pB, S, lE, pgbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/5 21:28:45An edge on elongated in ~0d pa, with a faint nucleus. B:Sb, WikiSky: PA more like 10d. The spiral arms are faint, leading to the edge on appearance.
NGC 755023h 15m 16s18 57' 39"12.21.40x1.212.6Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 5:21:31A faint, round, glow.
NGC 755023h 15m 16s18 57' 39"12.21.40x1.212.6Dino Nat MonC-112015/Aug/24 5:22:15A barely glimpsed smudge. Best in the 41. Under very dark skies, the low power works best.
NGC 756223h 16m 0s6 41' 0"11.52.3cB, pS, iR, psbMLBRPC-112011/Nov/18 21:12:55A small, glowing spot. E? Listed as an E by the RNGC. It's WikiSky image looks like an E3.
IC_529423h 16m 10.59s-42 35' 5"10.63.40x2.712.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:1:30A large, faint, east-west oblong envelope that surrounds a bright, almost starlike nucleus.
NGC 755223h 16m 12s-42 35' 0"10.73.5B, S, mE 90deg +/- , vsbM *13Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 21:8:52A bright, almost starlike center with an elliptical envelope of stardust around it. Beautiful. Burnham: SBa.
NGC 758523h 18m 0s-4 39' 0"11.72.3pB, pS, iR, gbMLittle TychoC-82009/Dec/11 21:52:33Not visible. The star just north was, AC2000 lists it as 11.25, but AC2000 magnitudes are usually a magnitude too faint.
NGC 758523h 18m 0s-4 39' 0"11.72.3pB, pS, iR, gbMLBRPC-112012/Oct/12 20:45:23A roundish blob with a bright center. Best in the 12.5. N 7576, at 13mv, was not visible in the Damascus dome of light to the south of LBRP.
NGC 758223h 18m 24s-42 22' 0"10.64.6pB, L, pmE, gbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 21:16:15Elongated in a N-S direction, faint nucleus. SBb.
NGC 760023h 18m 53.8s-7 34' 48"12.02.50x1.012.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 19:49:46A bright, slightly oblong galaxy.
NGC 759023h 18m 54s-42 14' 0"11.62.7pB, pL, pmE, gbM, p of 2Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 21:16:8The center of a beautiful galaxy cluster. 7582 is elongated N-S, with a faint nucleus, 7590 is in pa ~70d, and N 7599 and I 5308 are a complex smudge. Burnham: Sb.
NGC 760623h 19m 6s-8 29' 0"10.85.8pF, cL, pmE 0deg +/-Little TychoC-82009/Dec/11 21:45:4Barely seen, and then only with a precise finder chart. A nondescript smudge. That it was seen from here is amazing.
IC_530923h 19m 11.7s8 6' 36"13.71.40x0.613.4Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:0:48Part of the NGC 7619 / NGC 7626 galaxy cluster. A barely visible smudge.
NGC 759923h 19m 18s-42 15' 0"11.44.4F, pL, pmE, gbM, f of 2Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 21:16:08Part of a complex smudge with IC 5308.
IC 530823h 19m 18s-42 16' 0"124.9eeF, S, cE, f 7599Fall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/1 21:16:08Part of a complex smudge with N 7599.
NGC 761123h 19m 36.49s8 3' 49"12.51.50x0.712.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:0:48A wonderful cluster of galaxies. All were seen, some marginally. 7619 and 7626 looked like the central ellipticals, others like attendant spirals.
NGC 761223h 19m 44.1s8 34' 37"12.81.60x0.812.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:0:48Part of the NGC 7619 / NGC 7626 galaxy cluster. A barely visible smudge.
NGC 761723h 20m 8.89s8 9' 58"13.80.90x0.713.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:0:48Part of the NGC 7619 / NGC 7626 galaxy cluster. A barely visible smudge.
NGC 761923h 20m 12s8 12' 0"11.12.9cB, pS, R, psbMLBRPC-112011/Nov/18 22:0:57With N 7626, a pair of faint E0s? E2: Burnham.
NGC 762323h 20m 30s8 24' 0"12.41.9F, vS, R, psbMLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:33:17Faint, with a very faint starlike nucleus. A face on S0, the nucleus is burned out in the DSS image.
NGC 762523h 20m 30s17 14' 0"12.11.8pB, cS, R, smbMLBRPC-112012/Oct/12 21:5:10A nice compact round smudge, brighter towards the middle.
NGC 762623h 20m 42s8 13' 0"11.22.5cB, pS, R, psbMLBRPC-112011/Nov/18 22:0:57With N 7619, a pair of faint E0s? E1: Burnham.
NGC 763123h 21m 26.69s8 13' 3"13.11.70x0.713.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:0:48Part of the NGC 7619 / NGC 7626 galaxy cluster. A barely visible smudge.
IC_531323h 22m 0.9s-42 28' 49"12.12.40x1.212.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:8:53A very faint, nondescript spot.
NGC 763223h 22m 0.9s-42 28' 49"12.12.40x1.212.9Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:10:13See IC 5313.
NGC 764023h 22m 6s40 51' 0"10.910.7cF, L, mE 164deg , vlbM, rLBRPC-112010/Oct/9 20:22:19A large, very faint glow, filling a triangle of 11-12mv stars. Nucleus not visible. Sc? B, Wikisky: Edge on Sb. The 11mv stars really throw off the ability to see the galaxy's disk.
NGC 767123h 27m 18s12 28' 0"12.71.7pB, S, R, vsmbM, *9 pLBRPC-112014/Sep/27 21:55:55An very faint smudge, if seen at all. The HNGC's magnituce is 13.1.
NGC 767823h 28m 30s22 25' 0"12.22.3vF, pL, vlE, lbM, am 4 stLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 20:24:53A faint smudge with little detail, slight brighter in the middle. In the center of a triangle of 12mv stars.
IC_532523h 28m 43.09s-41 20' 1"11.32.80x2.513.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:12:24A large, faint, amorphous patch, just NW of a 10.5mv star.
NGC 767923h 28m 48s3 31' 0"12.71.9pB, S, R, mbMN, stellLBRPC-112014/Sep/27 22:4:40A fuzzy, 13mv star.
NGC 768523h 30m 36s3 54' 0"152.1eF, cL, R, gbM, ** nrBC-82008/Aug/16 23:30:00A very loose cluster of about 20 stars. Hardly a cluster. Not in Burnham.
IC 533223h 34m 30s-36 6' 0"10.66.6eeF, vL, bet 2 st, D* p 45sFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 22:26:59A large, but very faint, brightening of the night sky. vgbm. Burnham: Sc, WikiSky: face on.
NGC 771423h 36m 12s2 9' 0"132.1pB, S, R, psbM, *12 sp, *6 sfLBRPC-112014/Sep/27 21:41:3Looks like a fuzzy 13.5mv star. Aladin DSS: An interacting spiral with a bright nucleus.
NGC 771323h 36m 15.29s-37 56' 20"11.24.50x1.813.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/18 20:27:30A bright, elliptically shaped galaxy, elongated in the north-south direction. Sb?
NGC 772223h 38m 48s15 57' 0"13pB, pL, R, mbMLBRPC-112014/Sep/27 21:34:13A faint, round spot, gradually brighter towards the middle. Aladin DSS: The RNGC coordinates are off by 1.75'. Aladin's coordinates are 23:38:41.07 +15:57:17.6.
NGC 772323h 38m 54s-12 58' 0"11.13.6cB, cL, E, gmbM, rLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 20:16:12A faint smudge, awash in the Damascus dome of light.
NGC 772723h 39m 54s-12 18' 0"10.74.2pB, pL, iR, mbMLBRPC-112010/Sep/5 0:57:28Round, with a bright nucleus. E0? B:Sa
NGC 774123h 43m 54s26 5' 0"11.44.0cF, cL, iR, D* 10-12 np 2'LBRPC-112012/Nov/9 20:32:38A small, quite faint smudge, just south of a 10mv star. It appears smaller than its 4' in the RNGC.
NGC 774223h 44m 18s10 46' 0"11.52.0cB, cS, gmbM, *12 f 72"LBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:42:36A small round blob, E0? Burnham: E0, Wikipedia: Starburst due to collision.
NGC 774323h 44m 24s9 56' 0"11.23.1pF, S, R, *14 sfLBRPC-112013/Nov/3 19:39:10A small, faint, but obvious glow with a faint, starlike nucleus. From it's DSS image, it looks like a face on SBb, but current classifications make it out as an S0 with a bar! Ivan Yu. Katkov, Alexei V. Moiseev, Olga K. Sil'chenko, 2012 Nov 13.
IC_534823h 44m 59.2s-42 54' 36"11.92.20x1.813.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/21 20:15:45A bright nucleus surrounded by a faint, round envelope.
NGC 774423h 44m 59.2s-42 54' 36"11.92.20x1.813.2Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:28:31A round galaxy with a very bright middle.
IC_535823h 47m 45.1s-28 8' 29"12.52.60x1.113.6Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:15:11An oblong galaxy.
NGC 775523h 47m 51.9s-30 31' 25"11.93.80x2.814.3Fall Star PartyC-112014/Nov/19 20:33:41A bar with a faint haze around it.
NGC 776823h 50m 54s27 10' 0"141.7vF, S, E, * inv, * p vnrBC-82007/Sep/16 01:00:00 An E0 galaxy, with an integrated magnitude of 12.3. This is the faintest galaxy I've ever seen from the backyard. It was close to the zenith, and not visible in the 24.5, but glimpsed with the 12.5. Seen while observing GR Peg.
NGC 776423h 50m 54s-40 44' 0"12.31.5B, pL, R, gbMFall Star PartyC-112010/Nov/6 22:49:10A tiny patch, brighter in the middle. Burnham: I/Sb.
NGC 776923h 51m 6s20 9' 0"12.11.8pF, pS, R, mbMLBRPC-112012/Nov/9 20:41:15A faint patch with a brighter middle.
NGC 777123h 51m 24s20 7' 0"12.32.7pB, pL, E 84deg , bM, n of 2LBRPC-112012/Oct/12 21:28:37One of a pair of smudges, with N 7769. 13.8mv NGC 7770 was not visible.
NGC 778523h 55m 18s5 55' 0"11.62.3pB, pS, iR, psbM, r, *8 p 4'.5LBRPC-112010/Oct/9 22:44:24A small patch, fairly faint, brighter towards the middle, and slightly elongated. Sb? Burnham: E5.
NGC 779323h 57m 48s-32 35' 0"9.19.1like a cometPC-82008/Oct/30 22:30:00 A large, faint blob, suprisingly faint. No Nucleus seen, or mottling. Very like Dryer's description: comet like. Not a great object, despite Burnham's endorsement.
NGC 779323h 57m 48s-32 35' 0"9.19.1like a cometPinnaclesC-82009/Dec/16 19:8:37This galaxy was brighter than N 300, but still very diffuse. It was symmetric about it's center, which was not much brighter than the rest of the galaxy.